AMARILLO, Texas (KAMR/KCIT) — The High Plains is not done with the wintry mix of precipitation just yet as the upper-level low is moving over us.
During the day, freezing rain or sleet will mainly occur in eastern counties while snow is more likely for the western parts of the Texas Panhandle and Eastern New Mexico.
The roads will still be slick even with the road crews working on them, especially side streets, bridges, and overpasses. All drivers are encouraged to allow extra time for transportation and to avoid being overly confident when driving. Drive according to the conditions on the road.
Bundle up in extra layers. Temperatures will rise to the 30s on Wednesday as precipitation continues.
The heaviest snow is expected to fall over the western counties throughout the day. Some areas could see over half a foot, while most areas will likely receive less than six inches of snow.
Some precipitation will continue Wednesday night but will likely end on Thursday morning as the wind gets strong again. temperatures will heat up to the 40s and 50s Thursday afternoon which will help melt some of the snow.
Expect more sunshine on Friday as the sky clears a bit. Temperatures are expected to reach the 50s and 60s and the weather is expected to stay pretty pleasant for Halloween weekend.
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