DEEP EAST TEXAS (KTRE) - A series of cold fronts will grace us with their presence over the weekend.
The first front will move through overnight and be to our south by early Saturday morning before stalling and then retreating as a warm front late in the day. This will lead to a cooler day on Saturday as we stay under the clouds with just a peek of sunshine here and there.
A second cold front will then move back in on Sunday, leading to another wind shift back to the north. Other than a sprinkle or two along the front, most of us will be dry with some partly sunny skies possible by Sunday afternoon.
It will then turn much colder early next week as we add some moisture and rain showers to the equation. That means we will be reverting to the cold, damp, dreary conditions that often accompany the winter months.
The best chance for rain will be next Tuesday at 70%, but overrunning moisture atop the colder air will lead to cloudy, gray, and damp conditions with a 30-40% chance of rain lingering through much of next week.
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