It's been a hot summer, so what are the chances of us having a cold winter? Will we see snow? If so how much? Or will it be warmer than normal? No need to wait because now we know or at least have an idea of what our winter will be like thanks to the Farmers Almanac.
Last night. Governor Greg Abbott delivered a televised statewide address on the state's response to recent power outages caused by the severe winter weather as well as the actions the state is taking to ensure the reliability of Texas’ power infrastructure. If you missed it we have the address in its entirety here plus the transcript below.
Be careful if you need to get on the roads. The roads are still icy and will remain that way for a while. Especially as we have another hard freeze tonight with a low expected of 11. TxDOT is reminding us that even though the winter storm has passed, icy road hazards still remain and will probably be around a few more days. It is still advised to stay home if you can as crews continue to clear roa
Believe it or not, there is a chance of a wintery mix of sleet and snow for the Texarkana area from Saturday thru Wednesday. Starting with a slight chance on Saturday and the temperatures will be falling into the 20's by Saturday night and staying well below freezing for a few days. That is serious cold for our area.
Farmer's Almanac is calling for rain and cooler temps in Texarkana this fall and winter. The upcoming spring and summer seasons are looking a bit wet as well. Here is the rest of the annual weather summary: