Chris Coleman, ERCOT Senior Meteorologist
Updated Thursday, February 21
General Discussion: Scattered showers and a few isolated thunderstorms will impact the eastern-half of Texas today and tomorrow. Precipitation will on the increase across the state Friday night, ahead of the next cold front. Showers and a few strong to severe thunderstorms – especially across North Texas – Saturday morning. Some light snow possible in the Panhandle light-Friday into early-Saturday. Sunshine returns behind that front but slightly colder. No freezes in the large cities, however. A bit warmer again Monday afternoon into Wednesday. Next week does hold colder potential again, with a large area of below-normal temperatures poised over the Central U.S. Above-normal temperatures will be very limited through the end of the month.