From Storm Search 7 Meteorologist Alyssa Pawlak -
**FREEZING FOG ADVISORY IN EFFECT THROUGH SUNDAY AM**
TONIGHT - Cloudy, Cold & Slick w/ Freezing Fog
Wind: Lt. & Var.
SUNDAY - Cloudy w/ Isolated Freezing Rain/Rain Showers (AM), Rain Only PM.
Wind: Lt. & Var. AM/ SE 5-15 mph PM
SUNDAY NIGHT: Cloudy and Icy w/ Freezing Fog
Wind: SE/S 5-15 mph
EXTENDED FORECAST - We're almost in the clear! Roadways will remain slick and dangerous tonight into tomorrow morning as patches of freezing rain remain over the Panhandle (mainly the eastern and southeastern Panhandle) and freezing fog develops area wide. Visibilities could be reduced to a half mile or less at times. A FREEZING FOG ADVISORY will remain in effect until 9:00 AM CST on Sunday. Road conditions will improve by Sunday afternoon as temperatures warm above freezing, but it's still going to be dreary as overcast skies sit overhead all day. We could still have some precipitation across the Panhandles at times tomorrow afternoon as the remnants of Hurricane Sandra in the Pacific moves through central and north Texas. This should transition from freezing rain to liquid rain as temperatures warm throughout the day. We'll finally get some peeks of sun as we head back to work and school on Monday with temperatures rebounding back to the upper 40s and 50s. We've got a fairly quiet week ahead when it comes to our weather, with perhaps some more winter weather arriving next weekend.
Today's Record Temperatures