Turning wet and cold overnight; Find the jackets and umbrellas.

Weather Where You Live

DEEP EAST TEXAS (KTRE) - A cold front will bring us a 100% chance of rain overnight followed by another big dip in our temperatures.

We will end up with another soaking, with rainfall amounts averaging around one to one-and-a-half inches before the moisture moves out by Wednesday morning.

The cold front is slated to arrive around midnight, with plummeting temperatures in its wake.

With some moisture lingering through Wednesday morning and temperatures falling into the middle 30′s, there is a small window where we could see some flurries or sleet pellets make their way to the ground. However, with surface temperatures expected to stay above freezing, any ice pellets that do hit the ground will melt on impact, causing no issues on our area roadways.

Skies will then clear out by Wednesday afternoon, as blustery, northwest winds will keep daytime highs only reaching the middle 40′s.

With clear skies and calming winds taking shape across the Piney Woods, we will be in store for a couple of light freezes on Thursday and Friday mornings with daytime highs in the lower-to-middle 50′s under mostly sunny skies.

Other than a 20% chance of isolated, light showers on Saturday, we will keep a rather dry forecast in place until our next, strong cold front brings in some rain chances next Tuesday.

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