The small breaks in the cloud cover along with temperatures hovering below freezing has allowed for the icy roadways to turn into slush. The bad news, despite not adding more accumulation, all that will refreeze later tonight. Another batch of cool arctic air will push through the Concho Valley, threatening to break overnight lows tomorrow. With mostly cloudy skies we're expecting temps near 15 degrees with northeast winds 10 to 15 bringing a wind chill factor down to the single digits. Roads will be slick once again for saturday as even daytime high temperatures stay below freezing in the low to mid 20's. Along with the cold temperatures there remains a chance for freezing drizzle, but nothing really to add to the ice totals already seen from Thursday night. Cloud cover dissipates Sunday allowing for our first day above freezing in the 50's. That warmer trend will be very short lived as another cold front works its way through the region dropping conditions back to chilly for Monday. This next front will not be as strong and as severe so expecting 40's by Tuesday and 50's for Wednesday and Thursday.
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