Lynn Severe Watches & Warnings NOAA Weather Radio

Special Statement
Statement as of 03:00 PM CST del 29 Gennaio 2015

...Wintry precipitation returns to the area...

Dry and warm conditions this week will turn colder for the upcoming weekend with an approaching upper level storm system. Moisture and clouds will continue to spread over the West Texas region on Friday with precipitation gradually moving from west to east during the day. By Friday night into Saturday morning...widespread precipitation is expected. Precipitation will end from west to east on Saturday afternoon and evening.

Although there is still some uncertainty on forecast temperatures...precipitation is expected to remain mostly rain over the rolling plains into the eastern South Plains. The southwestern Texas Panhandle may see temperatures cold enough for accumulating snowfall from Friday afternoon through Saturday afternoon. Snowfall accumulations up to four inches will be possible across the southwestern Texas Panhandle into the western South Plains. However...heaviest snowfall amounts are expected to be confined to grassy areas with minor accumulations on paved roads.

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