As a round of moisture moves through the trough of low pressure situated through the Concho Valley look for the freezing rain to persist. Best amounts will be seen from sunset to sunrise with accumulations mostly around 1/2" to the east, 1/10" to our west and around 1/4" in between. Icy roadways will be an issue tonight through the morning hours with bridges and overpasses forming first them transitioning to normal roadways. Trees and power lines will form ice as well causing some hazards and possible power outages across the Concho Valley. The majority of the Concho Valley is under a Winter Storm Warning until noon tomorrow, with Reagan, Crockett, Irion, and Sterling Counties under an advisory. Temperatures overnight will dip to the lower 20's with winds speeds around 10 to 15 miles per hour from the north. This will make wind chill a factor as temperatures will feel dramatically lower. From Friday through Saturday, temperatures will struggle to warm, staying under freezing in the upper 20's. Lows going into Saturday morning will drop to the upper teens and return into Sunday morning. Sunday afternoon looks to warm to the 40's before another cold front and surge of cold air drops conditions back to the 30's Monday.
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