An early season arctic cold front combined with an upper-level storm system will result in the possibility of accumulating snow and/or ice on Sunday and Monday in the Texas Panhandle. Some travel disruptions may develop, especially if freezing drizzle is the primary precipitation mode. If snow is the primary precipitation mode there is the possibility of 1 to 4 inches of accumulating snow in the northwestern Texas Panhandle with lower amounts to the south and east. Here are the graphic and discussion from the National Weather Service in Amarillo. A killing freeze by Tuesday morning is expected across the Texas Panhandle and West Texas as temperatures drop well into the 20s.
...THE FIRST SNOWFALL AND POSSIBLE ICING OF THE FALL SEASON IS EXPECTED SUNDAY THROUGH MONDAY... ...A KILLING FREEZE IS LIKELY LATE SUNDAY NIGHT INTO MONDAY MORNING... A strong cold front is forecast to move across the Oklahoma and Texas Panhandles late Saturday night and early Sunday morning and will deliver the coldest air so far this fall season. In addition, an upper level storm system is expected to affect the area beginning Saturday night and continuing into Monday. The combination of these two features will likely result in the first snowfall and possible icing of the fall season for most of the region. Snow is forecast to develop across the northwest sections of the Oklahoma and Texas Panhandles Sunday morning. Meanwhile, the remainder of the area is likely to see precip expand southeast to include all of the Oklahoma Panhandle and most of the Texas Panhandle by Sunday evening but as a drizzle turning over to freezing drizzle. The wintry precipitation is expected to diminish on Monday. Preliminary indications are that one to three inches of snow with locally higher amounts will be possible across the northwest Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles. The remainder of the Texas Panhandle and the eastern Oklahoma Panhandle could see up to five hundreths accumulation of ice. In addition, low temperatures both early Monday morning and early Tuesday morning are forecast to fall well into the 20s across the Oklahoma Panhandle and nearly all of the Texas Panhandle, resulting in a hard, killing freeze during these time periods.