A cold night expected across the Big Country with lows in the 30s and
showers continuing until midnight. A mix of snow and rain is possible
through the overnight hours, with icy patches developing on area
With a temperatures dropping below the freezing point near 1am, icy patches are likely by the morning hours. North of I-20 from Eastland to Lubbock, between 0.50" and 1.00" of snow accumulation is possible overnight.
Icy conditions will improve by noon Monday, with temperatures climbing into the upper 30s/lower 40s through the afternoon. Remaining cloudy over the next few days, with cold day-time conditions continuing and overnight lows in the mid 20s.
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Gusty March winds will hang around through the weekend, so
get prepared for gusty winds from 20-25mph tomorrow through Sunday.It will be mostly cloudy tonight but not as
cold, with lows near 39 degrees.Tomorrow will be warmer, with highs in the lower 70's, with plenty of
sunshine.Rain chances still look
promising for Saturday into Saturday night.
It will be windy overnight with SE winds
10-15mph g20mph at times.Lows will be
near 46 degrees.Winds will pick up
tomorrow 20-30mph, gusting to 40mph.We'll have a 20% chance for showers and thunderstorms during the day,
increasing to 60% after 6pm.Some of
the evening storms could be severe.Main threats will be large hail, dangerous lightning, and damaging
winds.Isolated tornadoes are also a
possibility.A cold front will move
through the area overnight into early Sunday morning, and the threat for storms
will continue until the front moves through the area.
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