Temperatures were in the 30s Wednesday across Central Texas and wind chill readings ranged from the teens to the 20s as another blast of winter weather pushed into the region.
There's a chance of snow flurries Thursday morning, but no accumulations are expected.
Highs on Tuesday were near 60.
Temple will again open warming centers for men from 5 p.m. to 9 a.m. from Wednesday through Saturday at Victory Ministries at 305 South 18th St. and at Transformation Station at 503 East Central Avenue.
Resources are available to provide warming sites for women and children should the need arise.
Temperatures are expected to drop to around 20 overnight and wind chill readings as low as 6 to 11 are possible.
On Thursday morning, wind chill readings as low as 4 to 9 are possible.
Thursday’s high temperature will be in the 30s and lows overnight will again be around 20.
Temperatures will rise slightly on Friday and the weekend should be somewhat warmer.
To the north, a wind chill advisory was in effect from 3 a.m. to noon Thursday for areas along and north of a line from Cisco to Weatherford to McKinney to Bonham where wind chills as low as minus 5 were possible through Thursday morning.
North of Interstate 20, light accumulations of snow are possible Thursday night.