Listen: San Antonio, Texas And California discussed on First Light
"You see huge storm tracking across the lower part of the country. It's gonna just go right across the southern tier of the country. Today's weather where it's impacting is a lot of Texas parts of the four corners have some snow in the higher elevations. But rain a good slug of it from El Paso to San Antonio. And then some thunderstorms soon San Antonio southward, and there is the potential for some severe weather in parts of deep south Texas here today with some thunderstorms that could erupt in that rain, but the flooding rain is the big concern for those areas. So that's where the storm is today. It starts to bring the rain into Louisiana Arkansas Mississippi, and then as we get into tomorrow that storm will be full throttle along the southeast coast in it will. Will continue to be affecting the southeast as we go Sunday into Monday, the areas that are gonna get dumped on with snow or mid Atlantic areas that don't normally get it. So North Carolina up into southern Virginia could see several inches of snow. We'll keep an eye on that. So if you're in that area keeping a near to AccuWeather dot com. And I hear over the next couple of days. The good news is for folks in the northeast. It looks like cold but dry from Philly all the way up to New York City in Boston. So those folks having storms it seems like every weekend over the last couple of weeks will be dry this weekend. So this storm seem to start off by slamming the west coast, California going to dry out now California has a couple of days. Yeah. Where it is going to relax your, and it looks like as we go into the early part of next week. The jet stream goes northward, and it calms down the storm focused would actually be the Pacific northwest as we get later on this weekend. All right. Thanks meteorologist dean devore coming up on seventeen and."