Areas of rain or showers will overspread the region later this morning as the next storm system sweeps across the Southern Plains. Cold and rainy conditions will become widespread by midday, with isolated thunderstorms, some possibly strong, with small hail across eastern Central Texas by afternoon. It will be cold enough along the Red River and northeast counties at times to generate a mix of either very light rain and snow, but more likely just snow flurries or sprinkles. Expect no significant accumulations or travel impacts, though there could be dusting on grass, vehicles, etc., may be observed. Expect winter weather accumulations and possible travel impacts to remain across parts of Oklahoma. Also, expect precipitation to end from west to east from late afternoon through the evening hours. In its wake, you will experience brisk north and northwest winds of 10 to 15 mph into early Tuesday morning.