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.
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:
The National Weather Service in Shreveport has issued a Winter Storm Warning for the Texarkana area. This warning means it is likely that precipitation will tonight transition from rain to a mix of ice and perhaps snow for some of the four state's region, including Texarkana, as arctic air moves in and temperatures fall below freezing.