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Mark Rowlett: Tracking more wintry weather

By Mark Rowlett, mrowlett@ktxs.com
Published On: Feb 10 2014 03:41:27 PM CST
Updated On: Feb 10 2014 03:45:44 PM CST
KTXS Chief Meteorologist, Mark Rowlett

ABILENE, Texas -

Freezing drizzle developed over much or our region Sunday night and continued Monday morning.  This created icy roads for much of our area Monday morning. 

Precipitation paused some Monday afternoon and filtered sunshine has helped improve road conditions.

We are tracking another upper level disturbance that should move into our region Tuesday morning.  This may return wintry precipitation to our area Monday night into midday Tuesday.

Freezing drizzle, light sleet or light snow will be possible that would accumulate on bridges, overpasses and even surface roads Tuesday morning.

Precipitation should end from west to east during the day Tuesday.  Some areas could see some late day sunshine. 

Clear skies are forecast for Tuesday night.  These fair skies should stay for the rest of the week.

Temperatures have hovered in the 20s Monday afternoon and should remain in the 20s Monday night.  We could see temperatures back into the middle 30s Tuesday afternoon.  Look for lows in the lower 20s Wednesday morning.

A warming trend is forecast to begin Wednesday and continue through Sunday.  High temperatures Wednesday should be in the 50s.  Look for upper 60s Thursday and Friday.  Seventies are expected for the weekend.