Listen: Dallas Fort Worth, Rick Mitchell And Chief Meteorologist discussed on KRLD News, Weather and Traffic
"Well, we go from a very busy KRLD traffic center to weather center that's equally as busy NBC five chief meteorologist Rick Mitchell. Sliding in with us, and Rick how are things looking for this weekend. What's the outlaw? Oh, well, half of it looks pretty wet and cold and the other half looks kind of dry and cold. And so it's going to be kind of an indoor weekend the traffic. No doubt being impacted by the rain that's moving across the area at this hour and the intensity has picked up or I would seen some heavier rain move into the Dallas Fort Worth area just in time for the afternoon rush. And that's really going to be the case as we go through the evening hours. Periods of rain at times, it'll come down to a pretty good clip other times, it'll be light maybe some drizzle, but it will continue to rain through the nighttime hours temperatures in the low forty s tomorrow rain, especially in the morning. All right. Keep your rain gear handy all day. Although I. Do believe that as we get into the afternoon, the intensity of the rain will decrease. We'll start to see more breaks in the rain. It'll become just a little bit more showery more times where it will be not raining, but just cloudy and cold and blustery temperatures are going to stay in the low forties for temps really aren't gonna do much of anything tomorrow. If we would see any snow in North Texas any little bits of snowflakes that would be to the north of the Dallas Fort Worth area and given the warm ground temperatures. I don't anticipate any travel problems if that were to happen during the day tomorrow, then we dry out tomorrow night looks good for dry weather Sunday, but still pretty chilly high forty seven sunshine mostly returns, Monday Tuesday Wednesday. Highs will be in the fifties. By the time we get to Wednesday. We're out to sixty degrees right now, rain and forty three. Appreciate."