Snow is in the forecast for North Texas, as the main chance of winter weather is set to hit Sunday night into Monday morning.
All of North Texas could see several inches of snow, with the best chances of accumulation to the northwest and southeast of the Metroplex.
Light sleet or snow could start falling midday Sunday, before it turns to all snow by the afternoon/evening hours.
And going with the snow, wind chills could fall below zero for much of North Texas overnight Sunday.
A Winter Storm Warning is still in place for all of North Texas through Monday at 6 p.m.
Travel is expected to be "heavily impacted, if not impossible," starting on Sunday, according to the National Weather Service.
The subzero wind chill values will be "life-threatening," and North Texans are reminded to check on the four P's: People, Pets, Plants, and Pipes.
There is another chance of snowfall for North Texas next week as well. Some could see snow, while others could get a wintry mix, though it's too early to say how much accumulation is expected.