Our forecast is still on target for the arrival of an additional push of arctic air overnight along with the possibility of some freezing rain/drizzle across parts of north and northwest Texas. Some light snow is also possible north of Amarillo across the northern TX and OK panhandles. Overall, not a major impact weather event, but folks in northwest Texas…specifically the Wichita Falls area and surrounding communities…will need to be on the lookout for some slick bridges and elevated surfaces early tomorrow as you head out the door to work. Accumulations still look light…a trace to .05 inches at best. Winter Weather Advisories are in place for counties north of the Red River, but so far, the advisories have not extended south of the Red River. Conditions will be monitored carefully overnight for any changes.
Nothing has changed with regard to the forecast for the Dallas/Ft. Worth metro area. The cold front will push of arctic air through the metroplex after midnight tonight with gusty north winds in its wake. Temperatures tomorrow morning are expected to remain just above freezing over the metroplex which will mean just cold rain with little chance of seeing any freezing roadways or significant travel impacts above what wet roads typically provide. Most of the icing chances look to remain north along the Red River counties and west of DFW. Conditions will be monitored overnight, as any southward shift of the freezing line could mean implications of freezing rain further south into the metroplex, so do check back before you head out the door tomorrow morning!