Rain will continue into Thursday morning

Weather Talk

This has been a wet start to 2020. We have desperately needed this rain due to the drought East Texas has seen. Last week’s rain we had in a short period of time led to a lot of flooding. For this week’s rainfall, we will see it continue through Thursday morning.

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HAPPENING NOW:
The rain will keep moving from west to east overnight. A lot more rain is out in West Texas and it will keep streaming in overnight and into tomorrow morning.


While this rain moves in, it will be decreasing to the south thanks to a strong push of colder air moving into the Ohio Valley. This will bring us drier air and shut off precipitation into Thursday.

Not only rain is a factor, but the cold temperatures will remain through the end of the week. Here is where we stand now.


See our video above for the latest forecast,
and view Futurecast with our Interactive Radar.

THE RAIN CONTINUES THROUGH THURSDAY:

While this rain moves in, it will be decreasing to the south thanks to a strong push of colder air moving into the Ohio Valley. This will bring us drier air and shut off precipitation into Thursday.

This stream of moisture will keep the rain going for the rest of tonight. By Thursday morning, the rain will be decreasing to the south.



By Thursday afternoon, the rain will finally let up. Clouds might linger through late Thursday before clearing Thursday night into Friday.

ANOTHER GOOD SOAKER:
The grand rainfall amounts could reach 3+ inches, especially for Deep East Texas. Elsewhere, a 1-3 inch range can be expected.

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