When will the ice melt? Hard freeze warning overnight for North Texas

The sun came out across North Texas on Friday and Saturday, with temperatures rising just above the freezing mark.

Wind chills were still keeping the feels-like temperatures in the upper teens and low 20s across the region on Friday.

With the winter storm system moved out, it’s now all about getting some sun and warming up enough to melt the snow and ice that’s accumulated on roads.

FOX 4 Views across North Texas at 5 p.m. on Friday. The sun was out and temperatures throughout the region climbed above freezing for several hours.

Temperatures throughout the region climbed above freezing for several hours on Friday afternoon, helping thaw and melt snow and ice.

Temperatures will plunge again overnight, with a hard freeze warning in effect for most of North Texas. Temperatures could be as low as single digits, but most will be in the teens. The hard freeze warning begins at midnight and goes until 9 a.m. Saturday.

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Saturday is expected to be sunny with highs around 40 and southwest winds 5 to 10 mph. Saturday night will be mostly clear and cold with lows around 20.

Sunday should also be sunny, with highs in the mid-40s.


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