A First Alert Weather Day for accumulating snow continues for the ArkLaTex through Monday morning. Several inches of snow are expected in many areas with some slick roads likely by morning.
Snow will remain steady through around 1-2am. After that it will begin breaking up and tapering off in most areas. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for areas around and south of I-20 where as much as 4-5 inches could accumulate in spots, particularly from near Center, TX to Natchitoches, LA. Areas around and north of I-30 can expect 1-2 inches at most with many places across the northern ArkLaTex seeing little to no accumulation.
Temperatures will fall to near or slightly below freezing which will likely lead to slick spots on the roads, particularly elevated road surfaces like bridges and overpasses.
A few flurries or snow showers will still be around Monday morning, but most spots will see dry weather by afternoon. Clouds will hang in much of the day with some sunshine possible during the afternoon. Temperatures will remain chilly with afternoon highs only in the low to mid 40s.
After seeing temperatures drop in the 20s by Tuesday morning a warming trend will commence for much of the rest of the week. Highs will be near 50 Tuesday, in the 50s Wednesday and around 60 by Thursday. Dry weather and sunshine are expected.
A cold front will move through dry on Friday, but expect temperatures to drop back into the 50s as we head into the weekend. Our next best chance of rain is showing up by next Sunday.
Have a great night!