TS Beta continues to slowly move to the west at 6 miles per hour. Projected landfall will be near Port O'Connor late this evening. Anywhere between 1' to 2' or rain is forecast for the mid and upper Texas coast over the next 72 hours, as Beta slowly drifts west and then eventually northeast through the period.
DFW will see bands of rain later today and tomorrow with high temperatures in the 70s. Anywhere between 1" to 3" of rain will fall through Tuesday evening.
Our weather improves Wednesday and especially Thursday and Friday with highs back in the 80s. Rinse and repeat for Saturday.
Our next weather change arrives late Saturday into Sunday morning, as a cold fornt moves though the area. There MAY be some rain along the front, but its too far out to accurately predict. Slightly cooler/drier air will filter in behind the front on Sunday and Monday.
* T.S. Beta makes landfall today along the middle Tx coast.
* Outer rain bands sneak in from the SE today and tomorrow.
* 1-3” of rain, with isolated higher totals possible.
* Dryng out and warming up by weekend end.
* Next cold front late Saturday.
*Yest Rain: 0.00”; *Yest High: 81; Low: 57
*Today’s Averages: High: 86; Low: 65
*Record high: 99 (1956, 2000) Low: 45 (1983)
*September Rain: 3.73”; September Surplus: 1.95”
*2020 Rain: 37.74”; 2020 Surplus: 11.85”
*Sunrise: 7:16am; Sunset: 7:25pm
Today: Cloudy and cool. Bands of heavy rain. High: Low 70s. Wind: ENE 10-20 mph.
Tonight: Cloudy and damp. Scattered showers. Low: Mid 60s. Wind: ENE 10-20 mph.
Tomorrow: *Falls arrives at 8:30am* Cloudy and cool. More bands of heavy rain. High: Low 70s. Wind: NE 10-20 mph.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. A few leftover showers. High: Mid to upper 70s.
Thursday - Saturday: Partly cloudy and warmer. High: Low to mid 80s.
Sunday: Morning showers/afternoon sun. Cooler. High: Upper 70s.