Breakdown of Friday snow - what you need to know

Colder temperatures could bring slight chance of snow, sleet

Breakdown of Friday snow - what you need to know

However, the majority of the region will see a cold rain.

The atmosphere will cool a little more Thursday night into early Friday, and it will be cold enough for the rain to changeover to snow if enough moisture remains.

At the same time, a surge of colder air will move into the area Friday.

This will push the highest chances of any accumulating snow well east of the viewing area and include locations such as Baton Rouge, New Orleans and into southern MS and Alabama where a Winter Weather Advisory is now in effect. Accumulations will be light because of a relatively warm ground and air temperatures above freezing.

A few areas in this general strip may squeeze out one inch of total snow accumulation, but most other accumulations will likely be less than one inch. For communities on the North Shore, snow flurries are possible Friday, the National Weather Service predicts.

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Extended: We're watching an approaching cold front that will turn our rain into snow come Friday morning. This will cause a gradual transition of ongoing rain to snow.

Light snow and rain has been spotted in and around the city of Lubbock but we have no accumulation of snow to report. I have spelled out the most likely scenario, but it's important to remember that there are multiple outcomes in play Thursday night and Friday.

However, parts of Central Louisiana including Vernon and northern Beauregard and Allen parishes could see temperatures in the 31 to 32-degree range overnight, so a few slicks spots could develop on elevated roadways and bridges in those areas by early tomorrow morning.

Huffman said some cold air is still moving in behind the cold front, causing temperatures to drop even lower Wednesday night. Temperatures should go above freezing, into the mid to upper 30s, by late morning and through the afternoon, easing the ice issue on roads.

This weekend is on track to bring high temperatures back to above average levels with afternoons reaching the mid 60s with dry conditions.

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