Freezing rain forecast in parts of state


The snow should end Saturday night or Sunday morning, and temperatures will be back into the 40s as soon as Monday so snow won't be on the ground very long.

Saturday evening will be the most likely time for travel impacts as temperatures will continue to drop into the mid to upper 20s, along with light freezing rain/drizzle in the overnight hours.

Passing sleet or freezing rain showers (if they are out there) will spread north and east across the rest of North Texas, including DFW.

The National Weather Service forecast does state the precipitation will taper off on Sunday afternoon.

In general, lower snow ratios result in wet, heavy snow accumulations commonly found in early and late-season storms.

SUNDAY: A wintry mix possibly changing to snow showers from northwest to southeast during the day and cold.

Tonight: Mostly clear, with a low around 63.

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Freezing drizzle mixed with snow is possible now through 3 a.m., the weather service said.

Updated at 4 p.m. Saturday: Revised to include details of winter weather advisory.

A *Winter Weather Advisory* remains in effect for northern and western Kansas until 3 AM tonight. One to two inches of snow is possible along and north west of a Lafayette to Peru line.

Saturday's high is expected to reach 30 with a low of 21. We'll see the snow exit near the sunrise with lows in the lower teens.

Temps will warm above freezing by midday into the afternoon, but we will stay cold all day.

High winds can also result in lower snow ratios since snowflakes can break apart in that situation, says NOAA.

Monday: Sunny with a high near 47.