7:45 PM CST | March 6, 2018
As discussed on the Facebook page early Tuesday evening:
"Say it ain't snow! Our next weather system will arrive Saturday, bringing a chance for thunderstorms to Eastern Texas and the Lower-Mississippi Valley. This part of the country could see some Severe Weather. Cooler air is expected behind a cold front that will follow the system. As another piece of energy potentially clips the region Sunday-Monday, temps may support a rain/snow mix or light snow across the Southern Rockies and higher terrain of far West Texas. Nothing is set in stone, but it is still a reminder we are only in early spring.
As mentioned a few days ago*, as we get into the latter part of March, the pattern that brought multiple cold snaps earlier this season will cycle around again. This part of the pattern will begin later this month and persist through the first week of April. It will mean that the region could be susceptible to late season frosts and freezes into next month."
*First post regarding late month changes can be found here: https://www.facebook.com/TexasStormWatch/posts/1346536535447833