Saturday, December 27, 2008
Brief storms, then cooler weather heading into North Texas for the remainder of the weekend
Isolated tornadoes are possible. (Aren't they always?)
Folks waking up late on this Saturday morning (Dec. 27) between Christmas and New Years may be greeted with the sound of thunder, as a line of strong storms rumbles through the North Texas area, bringing a chance of hail and even isolated tornadic activity.
By noon, however, the stormy weather should be well past the area, leaving cooler temperatures (in the 50's by 5 p.m.) and with the wind whipping around to the west.
Low tonight: 33, or thereabouts.
posted by JM