While we've got some storms in the coming days, (Sunday into next week) we've got something to chat about... and it's likely the most unexpected thing you would hear from me near April... an Arctic blast may be on its way to Texas.
Looking at the operational GFS, European, EPS, and ensembles, there appears to be at least decent agreement of some cold air next weekend. Let's dig in some more.
While it's too early to get excited, it's something we have to monitor in the coming days. It looks like a strong cold front will plunge southward bringing in rain chances and storms to the North Texas area early next weekend, but things change quickly.
The gefs ensembles have a risk of wintry weather in the southern plains, as well as many other operational models. Indeed, this is one of the strangest things I've seen in my journey of meteorology, but we gotta remember that we are in Texas. Everything happens here.
I'll keep you posted. Don't get excited yet, but do stay tuned for forecast updates.
Have a blessed night,