DEEP EAST TEXAS (KTRE) - An upper level disturbance and Pacific cold front will come calling tonight, providing us with a 90% chance of rain and perhaps a rumble of thunder.
We are looking at one-third to one half-of-an-inch of rainfall with this event before the wet weather shifts east of our area by the mid-morning hours on Saturday.
Behind this departing system, we will dry out and see some partial sunshine for Saturday afternoon and peeks of sunshine on Sunday. It will also stay on the chilly side as a cool, north wind keeps the chill in the air for the time being.
We will stay cool and dry through the middle of next week before a few disturbances bring back some modest rain chances toward the end of next week.
At this time, there are no big cold blasts or major storm systems looming on the horizon that will impact East Texas.
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