A low pressure center will be moving up from the Gulf of Mexico to our south and east. It will combine with a system that is moving in from the west that brought snow, sleet, and rain to Texas. As we head into Monday conditions will become wet and windy. Rain should begin Monday around lunch time and not let up until Tuesday night and early Wednesday morning. There is an isolated chance we could see some wintry mixed precip in the early morning hours on Wednesday. Conditions will become very wet, cold and windy for Tuesday and Wednesday with our highs in the lower 40’s and lows in the mid 20’s with winds blowing from 10-20 mph.
THANKSGIVING: Expect clear skies and your afternoon highs to be in the mid to upper 40’s after starting the day in the 20’s.
BLACK FRIDAY: If you’re waking up early on Friday to get the best deals, you’re going to want a jacket as temps will be in the 20’s Friday morning. We should reach an afternoon high in the upper 40’s and lower 50’s with plenty of sun shine.
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