DEEP EAST TEXAS (KTRE) - It is shaping up to be a rainy night as our rain chances will jump up to 60% overnight and last through Saturday morning as our next fall cold front sweeps through East Texas.
The rainfall will be rather light in nature as rainfall amounts should average one-half inch or less, which should not pose any flooding concerns for a saturated and water-logged Piney Woods.
Behind this weekend cold front, look for some clearing skies and a return to sunshine by Sunday as a cool breeze ushers in another batch of cool, autumn air to East Texas.
The sunshine will be short-lived, however, as thicker clouds and rain chances increase, yet again, especially as we head toward the middle of next week. Some of that rain could be heavy in spots, which means we will have to monitor the rainfall amounts closely.
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