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  1. More storms look to be on tap this evening, hopefully they can hold together at least to I-20.
  2. 38 yesterday and 34 and still dropping this morning. In some years those are January lows.
  3. Strong storms today for N and E TX. Some sleet or freezing rain for N TX tonight and tomorrow. Gonna be a raw day tomorrow for my son's first baseball game.
  4. The cold front is slowly advancing north still 40s in N TX with 70s and 80s in SE TX. E TX should see a line of strong storms tomorrow afternoon with temps falling from the mid 70s ahead of the front to 50s by evening and 30s by Wed morning. Thu morning could again see frost for NE TX. Temps then warm ahead of a strong front on Friday. Models show some hints of sleet Friday night along the Red River with a mix possible south of the River into N & NE TX.
  5. After a stormy week this week we should have a nice Easter. Beyond that looks like we turn cold again with snow showing on the Euro for areas north of I-20 next week.
  6. I had some frost this morning with a low around 35. 8 years ago we had the finale of the amazing 09/10 winter with widespread 2" and some spots over 6".
  7. aggiegeog

    3/18/TX/LA Severe prospects

    Two tornado warnings between Center and San Augustine right now.
  8. aggiegeog

    Total Solar Eclipse

    Should be great for me in E TX near Tyler.
  9. Snuck in a freeze this morning with 32 degrees. Looks like we are in for a stormy weekend.
  10. 4 years ago today I experienced a sleet thunderstorm. Maybe the most amazing thing I have ever experienced weather wise. Ended up with around 2" of pure sleet though there was a lot of wind so hard to get accurate measurements with the drifting.
  11. 39 here this morning. I do expect a few frosts next week with at least one freeze for rural areas likely.
  12. The NM mountains continue to see their snow piling up with heavy snow falling this morning. They have been getting almost daily snow for the last week plus with that expected to continue for the foreseeable future.
  13. Getting bad out towards Abilene and Wichita Falls where there is an Ice Storm Warning. WWA to the NW edge of DFW could extend into Tarrant and Collin later today.
  14. For the city, it will take below 28 likely for significant impacts which is unlikely. Icicles hanging from signs and trees along with sleet is likely though. A very similar setup 10 days ago gave my area a glaze with white roofs with 28 to 31 degree surface and 50 degrees at 850 mb even some spotty snow.
  15. Incredibly hard call for DFW tomorrow. 33 and heavy rain or 29 and a mess of a mix. With such a shallow cold layer and warm ground major issues are unlikely though DFW has lots of elevated roads so it could get tricky out there. NW of DFW could get nasty though.