Wintry mix moving out; Very cold night

Web Weathercast 1.16.2018

COLD, COLD, COLD…Winter Weather Advisory for SE Texas until Midnight (meaning travel will be difficult due to slippery roads), Wind Chill Advisory until 10 am for values in the single digits to lower teens and a Hard Freeze Warning tonight.  Low temperatures tonight will drop into the teens Lakes to near 20 in the Triangle.  Travel won’t improve until we reach freezing and that may not come until roughly late morning/noon.  Sunny skies are forecast Wednesday with highs in the mid 30’s to near 40.

Another hard freeze is forecast Wednesday Night/Thursday Morning…lows in the lower 20’s.

Warmer weather is then forecast through the weekend with highs rising into the 70’s.  Chance of showers is forecast Sunday Night due to a Pacific Cold Front.

Short Term Forecast

Triangle Tonight:  Wintry mix ending with clearing skies, very cold.  Low temperatures near: 20° Beaumont, 19° Orange and 21° at Port Arthur.  Winds:  North 7-12 mph.

Lakes Area Tonight:  Wintry mix ending with clearing skies, very cold.  Low temperatures near: 18°.  Winds:  North 6-10 mph.

Triangle Wednesday:  Sunny, cold.  High temperature near: 40° at Beaumont, 37° at Orange and 38° at Port Arthur.  Winds:  North 4-10 mph.

Lakes Area Wednesday:  Sunny, cold.  High near: 37°.  Winds:  North 3-8 mph.

Extended Forecast

Thursday:  Increasing afternoon cloudiness, warmer.  Low near: 23°.  High near: 47°.  Northeast becoming Southeast 2-7 mph.

Friday:  Mostly cloudy, warmer.  Low near: 35°.  High near: 60°.  Winds:  East becoming Southeast 3-12 mph.

Saturday:  Partly sunny, warmer.  Low near:  52°.  High near: 70°.  Winds:  Southeast 8-15 mph.

Sunday:  Mostly cloudy, warm, humid 30% coverage of showers increasing to a 50% by evening.  Low near: 59°.  High near: 73°.  Winds: Southeast becoming South 8-15 mph.

Monday:  Sunny, cooler.  Low near: 48.  High near: 63.  Winds:  Northwest 6-12 mph.

Tuesday:  Mostly sunny, warmer.  Low near: 42°.  High near: 67°.  Winds:  South 3-8 mph.

Forecast by Chief Meteorologist Patrick Vaughn 

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