North Texas saw a freeze overnight with temperatures dropping into the 20s Saturday night into Sunday morning.
On Sunday, temperatures will remain cold -- including when many may be out taking a peek at the Super Blood Wolf Moon (lunar eclipse) Sunday night.
Cold air continues to settle in this morning with very cold wind chills. The winds have died down considerably, but dress for the teens and 20s this morning. Winds will gradually return to a southerly direction through the afternoon.
A band of light rain and snow moved across parts of North Texas Saturday morning. Some areas saw some snow accumulate early Saturday morning, but no precipation was expected overnight into Sunday morning.
Much of next week will feature below normal temperatures.