Some parts of Tarrant County and North Texas may see some precipitation, including snow, starting Wednesday afternoon.
Near Dallas-Fort Worth, “there is a low potential for some light wintry rain/snow mix along and near the Red River late Wednesday afternoon and Wednesday night,” the National Weather Service said Tuesday. “Precipitation amounts are expected to be low at this time; therefore, no impacts are expected.”
The wintry mix is expected to arrive around 1 p.m., with chances of precipitation around 30% as of Tuesday morning. Fort Worth temperatures for Wednesday are expected to stick around the high 40s with low temperatures in the 30s.
Northwest of DFW, toward areas like Graham, winds are expected to be around 5 to 10 mph with the possibility of less than half an inch of precipitation accumulating.
The rest of the week looks warmer, with high temperatures in the mid to low 50s, with lows still around the 30s.
“The extended forecast through the upcoming weekend will consist of very low rain chances mainly on Friday morning and a gradual return to near/above normal temperatures,” the National Weather Service said, adding that temperatures may climb into the 60s throughout the weekend.