Before the end of 2020, it seems that Mother Nature has another weather curve to be thrown towards North Texas. A powerful high-level storm system will spread across the southwestern United States in the middle of this week.
There will be showers in North Texas on Tuesday and more rain and thunderstorms on Wednesday.
As the storm system spins and turns northward, it is expected to slow down and strengthen. If this happens, more cold air will be sucked into the lower part and help cool the air in the middle of the atmosphere. This will make the atmosphere more capable of producing snow and make it reach the ground.
This means that for parts of North Texas, it may change from rain to sleet and snow on Wednesday night and Thursday day.
Before shoveling the snow shovel, know that there are still many details that need to be solved by yourself. The trajectory of the high-level storm is crucial. A distance change of 50-100 miles can make the snow watching and rain watching people different.
This is a dynamic and evolving situation. We will release frequent updates, so please stay aware of the weather and come back for updates.
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Although we will be tracking the showers in North Texas today, by Friday we will pay more attention. When we enter the afternoon and evening hours, we will face a round of strong to severe thunderstorms, which seems more and more possible.