Snow, wintry mix forecast for Big Country Wednesday

(KTAB/KRBC) - An updated forecast for Wednesday shows snow or wintry mix is expected to impact much of the Big Country. 

The National Weather Service in San Angelo is forecasting a wintry mix of rain, snow, and sleet could begin falling sometime Wednesday afternoon and continue through the night, following rain that's set to start Wednesday morning. 

Slick roads, bridges, and overpasses are expected throughout the region during this time.

Texas Department of Transportation officials have been preparing major roadways in this area with brine solution in anticipation of the storm's impact. 

The forecast is still preliminary, but early models show snow falling in Nolan and Coke Counties, and the wintry mix is forecast to impact Taylor, Callahan, Runnels, Coleman, and Brown Counties. 

1-to-3 inches of snow could fall west of Robert Lee, San Angelo, and Sonora, according to the NWS. 

NWS meteorologists will continue to track this system to monitor any developments between now and Wednesday.  

Get the latest information on the potential for snow and wintry mix by keeping up with BigCountryHomepage meteorologists on Facebook (KTABKRBC), and Twitter (@KTABTV@KRBCNews).

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