It is expected to remain cold in North Texas.
A cold front traveled through the area early Friday morning.
For the more significant part of Friday, being cold and overcast with a slight breeze is going.
Everyone has this question in mind: Will we see snow?
There is a chance you could see some scattered flurries as the air mass moistens up, starting around 10 or 11 p.m. on Friday night.
Heads up before it's too late, and whirlwinds that do frame will fall into dry air, so they can dissipate before arriving at the ground.
The region with the best possibility of seeing a few whirlwinds is toward the north and west of the Metroplex.
There could likewise be a few sprinkles down south.
Any possibility of seeing snow will be gone by dawn Saturday.
It won't be a joking matter; we don't maintain that you should be stunned, assuming you see a chip fall.
Let’s welcome the cold!
Early morning temperatures on Saturday and Sunday will be close to or below freezing.
Temperatures will move gradually up to the 50s in the early evening on Sunday before the following clump of mists come through.
Monday will probably be dim with some inconsistent downpours.
Temperatures will get up to the 60s beginning on Tuesday.
Thanksgiving weather update
The possible downpour on Wednesday shouldn't discourage your Turkey Day plans.
The figure looks dry on Thanksgiving, with a high of 62 and a low of 48.
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