KRBC PM Forecast: Thursday, February 6, 2014

By Randy Turner

Published 02/06 2014 07:34PM

Updated 02/06 2014 07:42PM

As we go into Friday, an upper level storm system will be making its way across Texas, meaning some snow and sleet will be possible.  With temperatures still in the teens, any additional precipitation will quickly stick to surfaces.  By early Friday afternoon, the chance for moisture should move east of the Big Country.  Traffic on Thursday packed the snow on roads around the area, especially less traveled city streets and country roads.  This means icy conditions for the morning commute for many of you on Friday.  Several schools have already delayed their school classes for Friday morning.  The forecast high temperature for Friday is 35 degrees.  Saturday will be a nice day, much warmer around 60 but Sunday will be cooler, thanks to a cold front, high near 50.  A slight chance for rain late in the day Monday and a good chance for rain on Monday night and Tuesday.  We'll also have to see how cold the temperatures are Monday into Tuesday as some of the rain could turn into wintry precipitation.

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