A Winter Weather Advisory will be in effect for parts of the Texas Panhandle beginning at 9pm this evening and lasting until Noon Saturday. A mix of rain and snow is expected to begin across the region after about 9pm this evening, eventually transitioning over to all snow by around midnight. Overall, the snowfall rate is expected to be fairly light to moderate with the greatest accumulations of up to 3 inches expected off the caprock across the eastern panhandle. Driving may become hazardous across the region overnight and early tomorrow morning, so caution is advised. All the snow should be moving east and out of the area by early Saturday afternoon.
Further east across north Texas…no major change to the previous forecast which calls for mainly a rain/snow mix for counties between I-20 and the Red River Saturday morning and through the afternoon hours. Light accumulations are possible north of an Olney to Denton to Bonham line. Travel impacts are possible for counties along the Red River. The immediate DFW Metro area will likely see just a light dusting, if anything, and no travel impacts are expected other than what we usually get with wet roads.