Snow showers are forecasted for North Texas on Tuesday but there won’t be much accumulation, if any.
Monday will have seasonable temperatures with highs in the mid-50s and lows in the upper 30s before slightly lower temperatures on Tuesday. The temperature is expected to remain above freezing despite the possibility of snow, according to National Weather Service Fort Worth.
As of Sunday, the forecast called for rain before 3 p.m. Tuesday followed by a mix of rain and snow showers. Chance of precipitation in Dallas was 90% with winds between 10 and 20 mph.
The mixed precipitation will continue into the night with a chance of precipitation falling to 60% before midnight.
Rain will transition to a rain/snow mix on Tuesday north of I-20. Some slushy snow may accumulate on grassy and elevated surfaces in the NW and near the Red River, and a few slick spots may develop along bridges/overpasses. Surface roads are expected to remain drivable. #txwx pic.twitter.com/cJs2OE8O8K
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The rain/snow mix is expected to have minimal impacts on driving conditions with accumulation occurring on grassy and elevated surfaces, the Service said. Some slick spots may develop on bridges and overpasses.
The weather for the remainder of the week looks clear, besides some clouds, until a small chance of rain on Saturday, the 7-day forecast says.
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