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Winter Weather Headed into Central Texas
Winter weather is possible late tonight through Friday at noon across the Edwards Plateau and Hill Country.
An upper level storm system in northern Mexico is headed our direction, bringing Pacific moisture with it. This will increase our precipitation chances tonight through Saturday.
Across Central Texas temperatures will be below freezing at the cloud bases with temperatures warming to above freezing just above the surface. This will result in a rain/snow mix.
The areas where the ground is above freezing, any snow that falls will not stick. There will be a transition area between the Balcones Escarpment and highway 90 where some sleet may occur.
In most of our metro cities, precipitation will fall as rain. Areas in the Hill Country and Edwards Plateau, precipitation is likely to fall as snow.
Rain totals will be around 0.25” tonight through Saturday across Central Texas. For areas that may see snow, including Mason, Gillespie, Llano, and Burnet County snow totals are expected to stay under an inch.
A Winter Weather Advisory may be issued by the National Weather Service. For that latest weather updates, check our KEYETV.com/Weather page.
By Meteorologist Allison Miller