Cooler air moved back into the Big Country Friday night. Much colder air should blow in Saturday night and bring back freezing temperatures to most of our region by Sunday morning.
We are tracking an upper level disturbance that is expected to move into the area Saturday night. It should trigger wintry precipitation for especially the Big Country for Sunday.
Around one inch of snow will be possible for counties mainly north of I-20. Freezing rain or sleet will be possible around I-20.
Icy spots are likely to develop on bridges and overpasses Sunday. Surface roads could see some ice or snow accumulate if a heavy burst of precipitation occurs.
Precipitation should start west of Abilene before sunrise Sunday and spread eastward. It is forecast to east of our area by sundown Sunday. However, anything that falls will likely still be with us Monday morning as temperatures will be below freezing all day Sunday through Monday morning.
So, enjoy a relatively quiet Saturday with partly cloudy skies. High temperatures should be in the lower 60s in the Big Country and in the lower 70s in the Concho Valley and Heartland Saturday. Freezing temperatures will be with us again by sunrise Sunday.