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Snow Will Persist in the Northeast and Great Lake States

Heavy Lake Effect snow will continue to the lee of the Great Lakes for the next couple of days. Snow will also return to the Northeast by Tuesday as another front moves in. Bitter cold wind chills can be expected in the Upper Mississippi Valley. Freezing temperatures will even impact central Florida. Meanwhile, elevated fire weather conditions will persist in southern California. Read More >

Temperatures tonight will be in the mid 30s to low 40s across North and Central Texas. Before midnight, winds will be out of the northwest between 5 to 10 mph. A cold front will pass the region after midnight, shifting our winds to the north between 10 to 15 mph.
Cooler temperatures will move in with the passing of a cold front late Monday night into Tuesday. Highs on Tuesday are expected to be int he 50s to low 60s. Winds will be out of the north between 10 to 15 mph.
It'll be a warm and mostly sunny Sunday with temperatures in the upper 60s and 70s. West winds of 5 to 15 MPH will be common. A few mid/upper level clouds may drift in from the west, but mostly sunny skies should be the norm.
Here is the latest drought monitor for North and Central TX.
Did you know that the shortest day of the year is just a few days away? On that day, we (North & Central TX) will have approximately 10 hours of daylight. This is around 4 hours less daylight than on June Solstice. The Winter Solstice (when we start the astronomical winter) will be on Thursday December 21st, 2017.

 
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