Briscoe Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 8:09 PM CDT on October 31, 2014

...Patchy frost possible late tonight and early Saturday...

Cool and relatively dry Canadian air has moved into West Texas behind a cold front that plunged through the South Plains on Thursday. This Canadian air...combined with mostly clear skies and light winds...will set the stage for a cold start to November. Temperatures late tonight and early Saturday morning will dip into the middle to lower 30s for some spots across the southern Texas Panhandle...rolling plains...and central and eastern South Plains. Patchy frost will be possible...particularly for low lying rural areas. In addition...isolated locations may experience a light freeze. Sensitive vegetation should be protected or moved indoors.

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