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Last Map Update: Sat, Dec. 10, 2016 at 12:47:12 am CST

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Temperatures tonight will mostly be at or below freezing with light southeast winds around 5 mph.
A short-lived warm is expected this weekend with a few cold fronts making their way toward North and Central Texas. There are many uncertainties as to the strength of the second cold front, but here is our current thinking. The first cold front will only cool us down a few degrees, with a more significant cool down expected with the secondary cold front mid next week.
Isolated to scattered areas of light rain and/or drizzle are expected Saturday night and Sunday, roughly along and east of Interstate 35/35W. No thunderstorms are expected and rainfall totals will be less than a tenth of an inch. It will also be breezy during this time period.
Another cold front is expected to move through the Southern Plains and into North Texas on Wednesday. There is some uncertainty as to how strong this front will be. One of the computer model forecasts shows a very strong front with much colder air behind it. The other has a much weaker front with air that is not quite as cold. These differences will be sorted out over the next few days. Either does appear that a cold front will move through the region. The uncertainty lies with how strong the front will be and how cold it will be behind it. As of appears that it will be dry behind the front.

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