Wintry Precipitation Possible Wednesday Morning - NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Wintry Precipitation Possible Wednesday Morning

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    Cold weather is here to stay for a few days with cloudy skies. There is a chance for sprinkles in DFW today and the possibility for a couple sleet pellets or snowflakes. (Published Wednesday, Dec. 6, 2017)

    Now that it’s feeling more like December, we have the chance of some very light wintry precipitation Wednesday morning.

    A disturbance moving across Texas was forecast to generate some light rain after midnight.

    Some of that rain could mix with some light snow or sleet, mainly south of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, closer to Waco.

    NBC 5 Meteorologist Rick Mitchell Talks About the Chance of Winter Weather OvernightNBC 5 Meteorologist Rick Mitchell Talks About the Chance of Winter Weather Overnight

    NBC 5 Meteorologist Rick Mitchell Talks About the Chance of Winter Weather Overnight

    (Published Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017)

    With ground temperatures still relatively warm, no travel problems are expected.

    In the DFW area, a stray snowflake or sleet pellet is possible, but the chance is rather low.

    This is not a winter storm by any means and any of the precipitation that occurs will be light.

    Temperatures will remain above freezing through Thursday evening.

    Our first freeze of the season at DFW is possible Friday morning.

    Get the latest forecast information from NBC 5's team of Weather Experts here.

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