What a difference 24 hours makes across Texas. The weather tonight is much calmer than it was this time last night. Snow flurries are still falling across parts of the northwest Texas Panhandle. A few inches of snow fell in the Oklahoma Panhandle and extreme northwestern Texas Panhandle today. Be mindful of any snow/ice covered roads on your travels north. Otherwise I don’t anticipate any additional snow accumulation up there tonight. The last showers from the warm side of the storm system are moving out of Southeast Texas. I anticipate the state to be mostly dry after midnight. By sunrise mostly clear skies will encompass Texas and allow for a chilly start to your Wednesday.


A frost is possible across the Concho Valley Wednesday morning as temperatures drop down into the mid 30s. It’ll be cold across the Permian Basin, West Texas, and the Panhandle with 30s as well. The coolest locations will be the extreme Northwest Texas Panhandle where some snow fell today and temperatures will drop into the 20s. The Interstate 35 corridor from the Red River south to Mexico will be in the 40s tonight. In fact all of East and SOutheast TExas will be in the 40s tonight as well with cooler air filtering in in the backside of the storm system. The Rio Grande Valley will be in the upper 50s tonight.

Wednesday is shaping up to be a nice day with seasonal temperatures and mostly sunny skies. No additional hazardous weather is expected for the next few days.