East Texas (KLTV/KTRE) - Here is a look at the weather where you live: Happy Friday, East Texas! We are ending our workweek on a mostly cloudy and chilly note. Some of our cloud cover will begin to clear later today, but some will see more sun than others as highs likely only warm into the upper 40s to lower 50s once again. Skies further clear out overnight tonight and will lead to a quick cooldown into the lower 30s to near freezing by tomorrow morning. Despite more sunshine than what we’ve seen over the past couple of days, Saturday will still run fairly cool as highs only top off near 50 degrees once again. Clouds begin to increase during the second half of the day Saturday, and an upper-level disturbance swings into North Texas early Sunday morning. Showers will begin to move into East Texas on Sunday morning and will our precipitation will likely remain rain during the day, with the occasional wintry mix possible at times. This system will not move quickly, and any precipitation still in the area Sunday evening will likely transition over to snow or a wintry mix overnight into early Monday morning. At this time, temperatures are expected to sit at the freezing mark which could lead to some slick roads thanks to black ice in East Texas, especially on elevated roadways like bridges and overpasses. There are many factors at play here and much can change to the forecast between now and Sunday, so please remain weather alert and continue to check for the latest information each day. Thankfully this will be an isolated incident, and sunshine returns to East Texas for Tuesday and Wednesday of next week as temperatures climb back into the 50s in the afternoon.