Drizzle and Flurries Move Out, Dry Cloudy and Cold Friday

The heavy rain and accumulation snow has ended. No measurable precipitation is expected for the start of the New Year. This morning though, some light drizzle is possible and even a flurry. If you get any light precipitation it will not last long. Most of the day is looking dry.

NBC 5 viewers shared video and photos of snow and precipitation as it fell over North Texas. Video from Stephenville showed a blanket of the white stuff over grass and roads.

The snow that fell yesterday west of the Dallas/ Fort Worth area could still cause problems this morning. Snow on the ground is still creating some travel issues. If you have to head out use caution.

A quiet pattern takes over today. Today will be rain free, but still cloudy and cold.

Temperatures will gradually warm in the days ahead. Over the weekend highs will be in the 50s, and next week expect high temperatures in the 60s.

New Year’s Day will be cloudy and dry with a cold wind. Meteorologist Samantha Davies says temperatures will struggle to get into the low 40s for our high today.

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