Few showers tonight ahead of a cold front

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Tim Heller's One Minute Weather Update (KTRK)

Thanksgiving starts off cold with some frost north of Houston
A few showers could develop across southeast Texas tonight ahead of a cold front pushing in from the north. Chief Meteorologist Tim Heller says the rain will be widely scattered so most of us will stay dry.

The clouds clear out quickly Wednesday and the weather will be good for travel around the state with plenty of sunshine and seasonably mild temperatures.

As the ABC13 Weather Team has been forecasting since last week, Thanksgiving Day will start cold but warm up nicely into the 60s under a mostly sunny sky. It will be cold enough near sunrise to produce a little frost on the ground north of Houston as temperatures dip down into the 30s.

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