Listen: Texas, Oklahoma And Dallas discussed on Red Eye Radio
"For Omnitracs. Here's your forecast. The winter weather watch continues in the southern plains the problem today, mainly isolated between I thirty five north and south over to I twenty five north and south and from I twenty northward to about I forty we're talking about the area of North, Texas, western Oklahoma. The big bend area of Texas, certainly in the panhandle of both, Texas and Oklahoma. Under a winter weather watch. We're looking for temperatures in and around the thirty degree Mark and some moisture in the region, which of course, is the setup for freezing rain, some sleet potential snow by the time you get over to Dallas though, thanks will be mainly all rain for the next couple days before this system moves on toward the east. It's a slow moving system. The showers will intensify for eastern Texas tomorrow moving into the deep south. And the Carolinas by Sunday winters. Not officially here your national forecast. From Red Eye Radio, I'm meteorologist, John thanks so much, Johnny six ninety redeye. From the Telugu JR weather center. Skies will be where we get started on Friday morning, but still could be some slick spots from the snow that came through on Thursday evening. Temperatures starting in the teens in many spots, but should be in the low twenties around the city and also near the state line. Otherwise, daytime highs will stay in the twenties for everybody even with a little bit of morning sun, plenty of sun over the weekend. Highs low thirty Saturday mid thirty Sunday and no precipitation until next week. I'm local four meteorologist we've all been touched by cancer prostate."