The cold front that brought so much trouble to North Texas is now SE of the Metroplex. Behind the front, temperatures have dropped into the 30s and 40s, while out ahead of it, temps are in the 70s. Areas that are still in the warm sector out ahead of the front are the most susceptible to severe storms and possibly tornadoes for the rest of this morning through early afternoon until the front finally passes. There is an Enhanced Threat for severe weather (three on a scale of five)
There is a Tornado Watch in effect for Anderson and Leon Counties until 4 p.m. this afternoon. These are the areas that are most susceptible to tornadic activity.
The threat for severe weather in areas where temps have dropped below 50° is minimal, but not nonexistent. These areas will see more of a Flash Flooding threat.
Speaking of which, a Flash Flood Watch is still in effect for the areas in green below until 6 a.m. tomorrow morning. Areas in purple are under a Winter Weather Advisory until noon Monday. These are the areas we are most concerned about in terms of snow accumulating with 1-2" possible. Other areas farther east could see snow showers, but only sticking on elevated surfaces, if at all.