Temperatures will continue to fall during the day on Saturday as the shallow cold airmass slowly makes its way through the Ozarks and Boston Mountains. Freezing rain is possible.
At this time I am not expecting much in the way of accumulating snow.
Sunday Night: Clear. Lows in the single digits and teens.
Sunshine is back in the forecast for Monday but midweek looks fairly cloudy.
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Temperatures will warm for Sunday, with freezing rain in the morning followed by rain showers in the afternoon.
Once we get into the afternoon past 2-3 o'clock, that's when the leading edge of the widespread snow chance is expected to begin moving in to the northwestern areas. Texas shouldn't see any snow, but light glazes of ice are possible throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area with sleet and freezing rain continuing into Sunday morning, meteorologist Steve Fano said.
Updated at 4 p.m. Saturday: Revised to include details of winter weather advisory. A light dusting to possibly an inch will be possible in the far southern sections of our area, near Emporia and Burlington.
Rain in Thursday followed by a cool down.
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We will remain cloudy, dry and cold this evening with temperatures sliding into the upper 20s after sunset.
The remainder of next week should see daily highs in the 40s or even low 50s, according to the NWS. Wind chill values as low as -5.
Wednesday: Cloudy, high of 67 and 30 percent chance of rain during the day; 20 percent chance of rain, cloudy and a low of 55 at night.
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