EAST TEXAS (KLTV) -
We are saying goodbye to the Sunday's winter weather that moved across East Texas as the wintry precipitation has come to an end across the region. However, dangerous wind chill values could cause serious problems overnight. A Wind Chill Advisory has been issued for the counties in the teal color through 7:00 a.m. Monday.
A Hard Freeze Warning is in effect for the counties shaded in purple through 9:00 a.m. Monday. Temperatures in this area will be well below freezing for several hours, possibly causing damage to vegetation.
Temperatures will remain below freezing for much of the day Monday. Fortunately, the sun will begin to melt some of the icy accumulations on the roads by noon.
Clouds will be increasing across the region Monday night. We will be watching a disturbance that will be crossing by to our south.
Precipitation should begin to overrun the colder air at the surface. Depending on how far north the moisture gets, temperatures will be plenty cold enough locally for frozen precipitation to fall once again. Right now, models keep the most significant moisture just to our south.