It will be a really cold night. Low temperatures will be in the 10s and 20s. But it will feel much colder. We will hit Record Low temperatures tonight. Winds will stay light, allowing patchy fog to form overnight east of the Mountains and north of the Pecos River. Water on the roads will refreeze tonight creating hazardous driving conditions (driving is not recommended). Tomorrow, drier air will move in preventing temperatures from warming. High temperatures will be in the 10s and 20s. Expect isolated chances for freezing rain, sleet, and snow during the morning and afternoon. Cloud cover will start to dissipate by early evening allowing temperatures to warm into the 50s for Sunday. But don't put your winter gear away just yet, another cold front is on the way for Monday.
Friday Night: Mostly cloudy and very cold. Low near 11°. Winds NE at 5-15 mph, wind chills in the single digits. Expect patchy fog.
Saturday: Mostly cloudy and very cold with areas of patchy, freezing drizzle north of I-20. High near 19°. Winds N/NE 10-15 mph.
Wintry Mix Ending After Noon
Patchy, Freezing Drizzle