Our severe storm threat ended early Saturday morning. Several areas received over 1 inch of rainfall, and an observation site in Quitman recorded over 5 inches. We also received a viewer rain report of over 4 inches, four miles east of Quitman.
Clouds will make Saturday cold, but a brief return to sunshine will be nice come Sunday. Next week, more unsettled weather.
REST OF TODAY: Cloudy skies. Colder and breezy. Temperatures stay in the 30s and 40s, feeling like the 20s at times! Wind: NW 15 mph.
OVERNIGHT: Clouds clear. A freeze and frost expected. Lows in the 20s and 30s. Wind: NW, SE 0-5 mph.
SUNDAY: Mostly sunny skies and a nicer day. High: 57. Wind: South 10 mph.
MONDAY: Clouds return. A 20% chance of rain, 30% chance in Deep East Texas. Low: 43. High: 64. Wind: SE 10 mph.
TUESDAY: A 20% chance of rain. Otherwise, mostly cloudy and warmer. Low: 56. High: 72. Wind: SW 5-10 mph.
WEDNESDAY: A 20% to 30% chance of showers, mainly in Deep East Texas, with a cold front. Low: 61. High: 71. Wind: South, turning Northwest 15 mph.
THURSDAY: Colder with periods of rain possible, chances at 30%. Low: 35. High: 44. Wind: NE 10 mph.
FRIDAY: A 40% chance of rain. Warmer in the afternoon. Low: 34. High: 63. Wind: South 10 mph.