Keep this in mind of you have New Year's Eve plans; outdoor events will likely need to be moved indoors or canceled.
Some light rain is possible Saturday night as temperatures fall to the low 40s overnight.
We are expecting temperatures to remain below freezing throughout the day on New Year's Eve and by the time you head outside Sunday evening to celebrate the arrival of 2018, it's going to be frigid.
Saturday: Any precip we see remains liquid as a cold rain or drizzle.
The clouds will return overnight and into Friday with temperatures dropping into the upper 10s by Friday morning, then rebounding into the middle 30s Friday afternoon.
These days could be the coldest so far this winter, the NWS reports.
According to the National Weather Service, Temperatures definitely continue to look VERY cold for New YearsEve through Tuesday.
Southwest winds and partly cloudy skies should help push temperatures finally above freezing by Friday afternoon.
Areas along and north of I-20 that see this wintry mix will certainly see the chance for some ice glazing on the roads and maybe some light accumulation, especially on bridges and overpasses. With nighttime temperatures below freezing for the past 5 days, it's beginning to feel a lot like winter! And if the clouds don't clear quickly we may not get out of the 30s.
A big chill is expected to pass through North Texas this holiday weekend. Mornings will be in the low 20s early next week and some spots may briefly dip into the teens. This will be some of the coldest conditions we've seen for our area in a while, so make sure you have that warm gear ready. It will be best to avoid travel on Sunday morning if possible.