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Snow possible on Friday

By Victoria Advocate
Dec. 2, 2009 at 6:02 a.m.


Wintry precipitation is possible across portions of South Texas Friday, according to the National Weather Service.

A surge of colder air will arrive Friday as an upper-level disturbance moves out of the southern Rockies into Central Texas.

Areas of light rain will develop over South Texas early Friday morning. The air is expected to become cold enough by the afternoon that a mix of rain and snow or a change to snow will be possible roughly near and north of U.S. 59.

Daytime high temperatures are expected to occur early in the day, with readings falling into the mid-30s over the northern Brush Country to the Crossroads in the afternoon.

The upper-level disturbance will move east of the area by Friday night, with skies clearing. Freezing temperatures are expected over most of South Texas, except the immediate coast on Saturday morning.

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