Listen: Dan Burnoff, Chief Meteorologist And Red River discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic
"Alerts when they happen. The forecast is Friday morning. I love that word Friday our chief meteorologist, Dan burnoff. Dan. I guess it'd be my Thursday. I'll be up early tomorrow morning. I'm watching the weather for everybody. We do have some some rough weather little bit some isolated storms a some could be severe between midnight in about eight AM tomorrow morning more about that here at just a minute. Let's get you into work temperatures unseasonably mild for this time of the year when we are in the twenties earlier this week now or anywhere between fifty five and sixty degrees. Wind has relaxed a little bit. There's a weak frontal boundary. Trying to cross the Red River that should stall somewhere north of Denton indicator here by this afternoon, but you'll be little cooler today. Highs will only be in the sixties but south of the front in the warm sector amid maybe even some upper seventies out west and south west of Fort Worth today. So a pretty mild and muggy day clouds will be broken. But maybe some peaks of sunshine tonight after midnight Pacific front will be approaching from the west it should clear the area after about nine AM rapid clearing of the sky. But again, there's a large hail threat about a fifteen percent chance at the storm prediction center is giving with that slight. Risk for severe storms. So I'll monitor it through the early morning hours, again, tune into care L D or on radio dot com is the best way to do it from your home, otherwise mid seventy s tomorrow, clouds showers move back into the area Sunday in pretty messy start to next week. I'll have more about that coming up this morning right now, we're at sixty degrees at KRLD in-depth."