Wet surfaces left untreated will freeze as temperatures fall below freezing.
As we move into the daylight hours on Sunday, the clouds will remain overhead with periods of drizzle and light rain occurring behind the front during the day. Slick surfaces still possible, mainly early in the evening. From Tuesday through Thursday, temperatures will climb into the 40s and even upper 50s, as winds back around out of the south. Wednesday and Thursday will be the warmest days, as many spots will likely squeeze out some 60s into the afternoon hours.
There may be a few, especially in outlying areas to the north and southeast. We'll start to see the freezing rain threat diminish by late this morning. Most of North Texas will just see a dry and cold afternoon. As of right now, our next chance of precipitation doesn't look to move in until the weekend.
At this time I am not expecting much in the way of accumulating snow.
Total accumulation of snow will be from one to two inches farther northwest of the metro with a dusting to a half an inch of sleet and snow expected for most of the metro after a bit of a glaze of ice.
A winter weather advisory is now in effect until nine Sunday morning.
The advisories start and end at various times around central but all of them begin around 1am and end around noon.
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