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Hazardous Weather Outlook

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for North and Central Texas.

Today and Tonight.

Heavy snow will be possible beginning shortly before sunrise this
morning along and west of HWY 281. The heavy snow will move eastward through the day, mainly south of I-20. A Winter Storm Warning is in effect starting 6:00 am Sunday through 6:00 am Monday for areas south of I-20. Along the I-20 corridor from Fort Worth eastward, snowfall totals of up to 2 inches will be possible. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for this area.

The highest snow totals should remain across western
portions of Central Texas. At least 4-6 inches of snow, with
isolated amounts of up to 8 inches are expected. The heavy snow may cause hazardous travel conditions. Any liquid on the roads will likely
freeze tonight, leading to additional slick spots.

Monday through Saturday.
The National Weather Service expects no hazardous weather at this time.

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for South Central Arkansas, North Central Louisiana, Northwest Louisiana, East Texas, and Northeast Texas.

Today and Tonight

A strong winter storm will move into the region this afternoon, bringing widespread snow to the area during the evening through
Monday morning. A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for this
period. Snow accumulations of up to 2 inches will be
possible through Monday morning. The potential for the icing on
bridges, overpasses, and elevated roadways will be of most concern
by the Monday morning commute as the air temperature will be below
freezing.

Monday through Saturday

Conditions will improve across the area by Monday afternoon.
Highs temperatures will approach near 40 degrees allowing for some
melting to occur. Sites that get higher amounts of snow will
possibly see some refreezing Monday night into Tuesday morning.
Exercise caution on Tuesday morning due to the potential for slick
spots, especially on bridges and overpasses.

SPOTTER INFORMATION STATEMENT
There is no need for spotter activation at this time.