We can expect colder and windy condiations late tonight and Saturday behind a strong cold front coming into our region.
Strong north winds and falling temperatures will produce wind chill readings in the 20s and lower 30s by daybreak. A few places along the Red River may even readings in the upper teens.
A light mix of rain and snow will be possible along the Red River prior to the system exiting the east, but at this time it still looks like accumulations are unlikely.
The cold front will come through our area around midnight. According to the National Weather Service of Ft. Worth, a few stronger storms will be possible before midnight. Behind the front, winds will turn to the northwest and strengthen considerably, while temperatures will fall into the 30s and 40s.
Source: NWS Ft. Worth