Brent wrote:Texas Snowman wrote:Ntxw wrote:Big storm signal showing up about a week away. Not sure if it is winter storm implications for anywhere in Texas yet, but at the very least significant rainfall potential as colder air works it's way back into the picture. This is from the 4-5 deviation from normal system that will sit over the baja this week and when it comes out will slug a lot of moisture from the roaring subtropical jet.
Ntxw, whether or not there's any chance of one last gasp of winter anywhere in Texas during the late March period, it does look like some beneficial rains could be forthcoming.
Here's what Larry Cosgrove posted earlier tonight on his Facebook page:
"I am becoming concerned that Texas will be smacked with a very heavy rain and thunder event, as most of the numerical models show a high QPF and strong forcing set-up as the low redevelops out into the south central U.S."
When is the timeframe on this?
Just watching the GFS meteograms and it seems to be trending warmer for the rest of the month... I even see a couple 80+ degree days, the 0z even has a day approaching 90 out in fantasy land lol
I have not been following the model runs much so not sure what they have been showing, but looking at what is going on in the Pacific and the modeled teles late next week should be chilly and wet.