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Unsettled Weather Continues for the Northern U.S., Alaska, and Hawaii

Low pressure will bring strong winds and heavy snow to the northern Plains and upper Great Lakes into Monday. Farther south, strong to severe thunderstorms accompanied by locally heavy rainfall are possible over the ArkLaTex and lower Ohio Valley through tonight. Meanwhile, a major winter storm will affect western and central Alaska. Heavy rainfall and flooding are possible for much of Hawaii. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Sun, Dec. 5, 2021 at 11:09:33 am CST

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Chances for showers and storms east of I-35 will continue into the overnight hours. The rain will exit to the east of the region during the morning hours on Sunday. An increase of cloud cover will move in from the south during the early morning hours on Sunday. Winds will begin to turn back to a southerly flow, with speeds less than 10 mph. Morning lows will range in the mid 40s to low 50s along/west of US-69 to along/north of US-377, with mid 50s to low 60s elsewhere.
A sharp cold front will enter North Texas just after midnight Monday. Showers and af ew storms will likely develop along the boundary, but no severe weather is expected during this time frame. As we approach sunrise, the front will barrel toward the I-20 corridor with a line of showers and storms developing quickly. The strongest storms may produce wind gusts over 50 mph in spots. Temperatures will quickly fall down into the 50s in the wake of the front with increasing north winds to 25 mph! The Monday morning commute will likely be quite wet and windy for some!
After a few days of warm weather, another front will send us back to reality near the start of next weekend. Friday afternoon temperatures in the 70s will quickly drop into the 40s Friday night behind the front. Scattered showers are expected along the front, and windy conditions are likely both ahead of and behind the cold front. Seasonably cool weather will follow for the rest of next weekend.
Following a cool down behind our Sunday night cold front, a warm-up can be expected mid to late week ahead of the next cold front. High temperatures will climb back into the 70s for Thursday and Friday afternoons. Temperatures will fall back to near-normal readings next weekend behind the next front.

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