DEEP EAST TEXAS (KTRE) - It will remain cloudy, cool, and damp overnight with some areas of patchy drizzle and mist.
Despite the cool, damp, and dreary conditions remaining in place, rain chances will drop off to 40% on Wednesday and 30% on Thursday.
Even though the rain chances will be going down the next couple of days, our daytime highs will remain well below its seasonal norms, as we top out near 60 on Wednesday and the lower-to-middle 60′s by Thursday and Friday.
Rain chances will go back up by this Friday and Saturday as another disturbance and cold front move through East Texas. This cold front will not be nearly as strong as the one that arrived early this morning, but it will certainly keep the fall-like temperatures in place heading through the weekend and continuing into early next week.
Behind this weekend cold front, look for some clearing skies and a return to sunshine by Sunday and early next week.
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