The coldest weather from a series of arctic fronts that have made their way through the Rio Grande Valley will continue through at least Monday.
The National Weather Service in Brownsville have issued a winter storm watch, a wind chill advisory and a wind chill warning for today through tomorrow.
Sleet or ice pellets are anticipated.
A wind chill advisory remains in effect until 6 p.m. today and the wind chill warning will be in effect from 6 p.m. today until noon Monday.
A winter storm watch will be in effect from 6 p.m. today until noon Monday.
A surge of arctic air continues to arrive into Deep South Texas through this evening, dropping temperatures below freezing tonight, the NWS reports.
The NWS reports at times this morning into this afternoon, especially across the northwestern ranchlands, sleet or ice pellets may mix in with rain. As temperatures at the surface drop to freezing his evening into tonight, any rainfall will become freezing rain, potentially mixed at times with sleet or ice pellets.
A glaze to one tenth of an inch of ice accumulation is likely by Monday morning, causing significant impacts to travel. Snow flurries or light snow may mix in Monday morning across portions of the northern ranchlands before ending from west to east. Little to no snow accumulation expected at this time, the NWS reports.
Wind chills of “feels like” temperatures will be in the 20s to 30s today. The “feels like” temperatures late tonight will range between 10 to 20 degrees.
Today’s temperatures will be in the 40s, but you factor in the wind chill, and it will feel like it’s in the 30s. There’s a 60 % chance of rain today. Tonight’s lows will be in the 20s. There’s an 80 % chance of rain tonight with with some sleet.