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There are Two Chances for Winter Precipitation Early Next Week. An Arctic Cold Front will Arrive Sunday and Sunday Night Bringing Significantly Colder Air to North and Central Texas. Rain Is
Expected to Begin Sunday Afternoon, Mainly North of Interstate 20. Temperatures Sunday     afternoon will Remain Well Above Freezing. As the Arctic Air Arrives Sunday Night, Temperatures
will Steadily Fall and Some Areas will See a Changeover to Light Freezing Rain Late Sunday Night.
The Rain May Change to Light Freezing Rain North of a Graham to Mckinney to Sulphur Springs Line Late Sunday Night and Monday Morning. in this Area, very Light Accumulations of Ice May Occur on Bridges, Overpasses, and Other Exposed Metal Objects. Surface Temperatures are Not Expected to be Cold Enough for Significant Accumulations of Ice and No Significant Impacts to Travel Are Expected.

Temperatures will Warm Above Freezing Monday Afternoon so Any Ice is Expected to Melt. As a Strong Upper Level System Moves Through the area Late Monday Into Tuesday, Light Snow May Occur North of a Comanche to Hillsboro to Canton Line. with Surface Temperatures in the Lower
30s, Small Accumulations of Snow May Occur, on Grassy Surfaces. at this Time We do Not Anticipate Significant Accumulations of Snow And/or Travel Impacts Due to the Snow. The
Snow is Expected to End Tuesday Morning.

The Details Surrounding the Forecast for Sunday Through Tuesday are Still Being Fine Tuned with Each Model Run. Please Keep Up With The Latest Forecast and Products for Updated Information.

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