Cold, northerly winds maintain uncomfortable wind chills in the 20s through morning Friday. Dawn readings will be in the upper 20s to low 30s.
The arrival of another disturbance in the upper flow will produce light snow over portions of North and Central Texas during the day Friday with highs only climbing into the mid 30s. Accumulations are NOT expected to be too disruptive, but grassy areas and elevated road surfaces could be affected in a minor way.
Temperatures are expected to climb very slightly Saturday morning, transitioning the precip into a pattern of freezing drizzle and freezing rain. As readings rise to near 40 Saturday, the precip will transition over to a cold rain.
Warmer air and several disturbances will maintain scattered rain in our area well into the new week!
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