Meteorologists in Texas are predicting record-breaking rain and snowfall for the next few days.
The National Weather Service says it’s a forecast for Thursday that should be a major boost to the region.
The meteorologist says the forecast is the best we’ve seen so far, which means that we expect to see a lot of rain from Texas.
The agency says the heavy rain is expected to move over the Gulf of Mexico into Texas.
The forecast calls for a high of over 30 inches of rain for the state and the metro area, with a low of 9 inches.
The National Weather Services says it should also rain in the upper-middle and upper-lower 90 degrees.
There is also a chance that a severe thunderstorm could form, with gusts up to 100 mph.
It will also bring more damaging winds, with wind gusts of up to 50 mph.
This weather system is likely to hit the Gulf Coast Thursday, but it’s not expected to cause major damage.
The system is expected in the lower-middle of the Gulf and is expected not to impact the entire Gulf Coast region.