A cold front will move into the region late Sunday tonight, producing scattered showers and thunderstorms through Monday. This front will stall near the coast. However, a low pressure system is expected to develop along the front near the Texas/Louisiana coastline Monday night, and move north across the area through Tuesday. This will result in an extended opportunity for severe thunderstorms across the region.
A Great Plains Cold Front will Travel South and East Through The Western Upper Gulf Coast States on Christmas Eve, Before Coming to A Halt at the Coast around Dusk. Scattered Pre - Frontal Showers and A Few Thunderstorms will Accompany this Great Plains Cold Front Ending with Passage of Front.
The Stalled Front will Reverse Northward As a Warm Front During The Evening Hours of Christmas Eve, Reaching the Piney Hills Of Southeast Texas and Central Louisiana by Dawn on Christmas.
Showers and Thunderstorms will Return with the Traveling Warm Front.
Scattered severe Weather is Possible, Between the Hours of 3am and 9am tornadoes are Also Possible, near The
in Addition, Heavy Rainfall is Expected on Christmas, Especially Between the Hours of 9am and Noon. Localized Flooding is Possible. During the Afternoon Hours on Christmas, a Texas - Panhandle Cyclone
will Swing Eastward, Dragging a Canadian Front Through the Western Gulf Coast States.
Showers and Thunderstorms will Take the Form of Lines Aligned Along The Canadian Front. severe Weather Remains a Possibility, with The Primary Threat Being damaging winds. Showers and Thunderstorms will Come to an End with Passage of The Canadian Front.