A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect for Milam, Robertson, Lee, and Leon Counties from 12am to 12pm THURSDAY. A strong cold front will reach the Brazos Valley by mid-afternoon to early evening TODAY. Mild temperatures are expected to sharply fall as strong, brisk north winds arrive. A scattered rain chance could turn into a scattered, wintry mix between 6am and Noon Thursday. Little-to-no accumulation is expected -- however, caution is urged driving on bridges and overpasses.
After flirting with or setting record high temperatures so far in December, winter is arriving in Texas with a vengeance.
Forecasts even are calling for some areas of the state to get snow.
The National Weather Service on Saturday said a strong cold front is bringing the coldest air of the season to the South Plains Sunday and then dash through much of the state by the start of the week.
Light snow with accumulations of up to an inch was possible for Parmer, Castro and Bailey counties along the Texas-New Mexico border west of Lubbock.
In Dallas-Fort Worth, where temperatures Saturday were in the 70s, there's a chance a dusting of snow with some minor accumulations.
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