The weekend ahead will be a cold, rainy and possibly even snowy few days for Northeast Texas.

Widespread rainfall is expected to ramp up by late morning with a shallow arctic cold front reinforcing the chilly and wet weather across the area through tonight. The heaviest rainfall in our region is expected to be between 2-4 inches, with isolated amounts to five inches.

 A Flood Watch remains in effect through midday Saturday for these areas. Highs in the 40s and lower 50s will likely occur this morning, with steady or slow-falling temperatures in the afternoon with increasing north winds between 15 to 20 mph and gusty.

Saturday will be cold and damp across North and Central Texas with most locations seeing cold rain. Some areas along the Red River will have the potential to see a rain/snow mix. Significant snow accumulations and/or impacts are not expected since temperatures will likely be above freezing.

 

Source: National Weather Service, Ft. Worth