Listen: John Trout, Texas And Andrew Humphrey discussed on Red Eye Radio
"The southern plains had that ice and sleet, moved through portions of the Texas and Oklahoma panhandle yesterday, and that'll be still a concern as we move through the overnight hours here clearing up by later today. And by Sunday, we'll see a high of about forty six in the region. So a little too warm for any moisture in the region to freeze up with that wintry mix, but that system is moving onto the east, and we will see the possibility of some more intense showers today, especially for eastern, Texas, the light. Tech's region. And then by tomorrow that system moves into the deep south, so still a very active weather maker for the nation. The rest of the country is primarily dry with the exception of the west coast, Washington and Oregon cold but dry in the northern plains the mid Atlantic and northeast there's your national forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks, so much John eight six six ninety redeye. From the Telugu JR weather center. Getting much colder. Overnight pats back doors farm animals, keep them warm mostly to partly cloudy with temperatures falling into the middle and upper teens some wind chills around ten degrees or a bit less for a time. As we go into Saturday and Sunday loads of sunshine coming back looking and feeling great everybody just need a bundle up. Once again for yourself in the family. Temperatures will be in the low thirties on Saturday middle and upper thirties for all your shopping needs and dry conditions on Sunday dry weather continues as we go into Monday and Tuesday with highs closer to forty degrees. I'm meteorologist Andrew Humphrey. How wonderful weekend.."