Temperatures to steadily rise over weekend, but even more frigid weather will soon follow
by Coy Slavik, Advance-Guard Editor
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Icicles formed on many signs in downtown Goliad on Friday.
Icicles formed on many signs in downtown Goliad on Friday.
GOLIAD – It appears Goliad County has survived its first round of winters storms.

Temperatures in Goliad County dropped to 29 degrees Friday morning and ice caused a tree limb to fall and snap a power line, causing over 1,000 Goliad residents to lose power for as much as 11 hours.

Slick road conditions were cited for two one-vehicle accidents on the Fannin overpass.

Temperatures reached 41 degrees Friday and the National Weather Service predicts the low Saturday to be 44 with a high near 66.

Sunday's forecast is calling for a high of 74 and low of 51, but the cold weather will return with a vengeance Monday.

Another cold front will hit Monday, bringing temperatures to a predicted low of 35. The coldest day will Tuesday, as the NWS predicts a low near 23 with a chance of sleet and snow.
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