The "JAWS" Of January are here!
Cold north breezes will let up today, but mostly cloudy skies will keep temps from getting much higher than the mid 40s. A disturbance this morning may produce a few sprinkles well southwest of Fort Worth, but otherwise clouds will move in this afternoon as winds diminish.
A second front, and a stronger one (ARCTIC) moves through Thursday mid-morning. We'll make it into the 40s before strong north winds, clouds and falling temps take over. We'll keep falling into the 20s Thursday night.
A disturbance in the cold air will streak across the Red River Thursday night into Friday morning with some light snow possible. It may create a coating or even a light accumulation far northern areas.
The rest of us will see just flurries Friday with gusty cold winds and dry air in place at lower levels. Highs may not get above freezing that day! Areas to the southeast may also see a few sleet pellets if any moisture is available.
By Friday night, there will be skies clear. It's COLD! Some areas may fall into the upper teens before rebounding to near 40 Saturday.
After one last very cold night in the 20s, we'll rebound into the 40s Sunday as south winds develop. Next week will start WINDY, but milder with 50s Monday and highs not far from 70 by Tuesday!