A Winter Weather Advisory continues into Thursday morning with sleet and snow across the southern Big Country.
The northern Big Country will slip and slide on icy roads Thursday morning, thanks to tonight's snow and sleet.
Sleet, snow, icy and hazardous roads is what to expect through mid-day Thursday, then sunshine starts melting it.
Rain for the southern Big Country Tuesday night and Wednesday, changing to sleet or freezing rain late Wednesday afternoon.
Rain changes to freezing rain and sleet in the northern Big Country Wednesday afternoon.
The Big Country braces for another round of Wintry Weather Wednesday afternoon and night.
A one-day warm-up for today, but don't get accustomed to it!
Cloudy with isolated showers Monday night, but no ice for a change .... until Wednesday
Fog, drizzle and cool temps to begin Tuesday, warm in the afternoon, bitterly cold again Wednesday.
The Big Country can expect more slick roads Wednesday afternoon through Thursday morning.
More drizzle this morning, but we finally warm above freezing this afternoon
Week is starting out cold but that is going to change over the next couple of days.
Traffic on Interstate 20 in Eastland County is clear, after accidents forced a detour all day Saturday. There have still been multiple reports of accidents in the Abilene area Sunday morning.
Winter Weather Advisory continues until Sunday morning. Ice should all be melted by Sunday afternoon.
A Winter Weather Advisory has been extended until 6:00 PM Saturday for all of West Central Texas. We're just one day away from a warm-up.
The Big Country has had a week full of wintry weather. Here is a list of record-breaking stats, snowfall amounts, and rainfall totals for the year so far.
A Winter Weather Advisory continues through noon on Saturday, icy roads until melting starts mid-day Saturday.