...COLD RAIN AND/OR SNOW POSSIBLE MONDAY EVENING INTO TUESDAY... A cold front will push south and east across the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles Monday afternoon into early Monday evening. A closed upper low will track south and east across the southern Rockies by Monday evening and then across West Texas Monday night. A cold light rain is possible across most of the Panhandles Monday evening as temperatures fall into the upper 30s to lower 40s. A mix of light rain or snow will also be possible across portions of the Oklahoma Panhandle and the far northwest Texas Panhandle with temperatures falling into the middle and upper 30s. The cold rain could then possibly mix with or begin to change over to snow across all but the far southern and southeastern Texas Panhandle as temperatures continue to fall into the upper 20s to the middle and upper 30s late Monday night into Tuesday morning. The Oklahoma and northwestern Texas Panhandles could possibly receive up to a half inch to just under an inch of snowfall, with the remainder of the Panhandles currently forecast to receive little or no accumulations. In addition to the cold rain or light snow potential, breezy northerly winds are expected behind the cold front Monday night into Tuesday. Please continue to monitor NOAA Weather Radio, weather.gov/ama, or local broadcast media for the latest forecast from the National Weather Service in Amarillo regarding this developing potential winter weather system.
Current Condition: Clear
Wind Speeds: 4.11mph
Chance of Precipitation: 0%
Temperature: 66/35 Clear throughout the day. Monday:
Temperature: 64/37 Possible light rain overnight. Tuesday:
Temperature: 51/29 Light rain in the morning. Wednesday:
Temperature: 56/32 Clear throughout the day. Thursday:
Temperature: 58/37 Mostly cloudy throughout the day.