25 WEATHER — Another winter event is upon us here in Central Texas! Temperatures will hold steady or fall a couple of degrees Wednesday into Thursday. This will set the stage for some icy problems across parts of the area.
WEDNESDAY: Areas along and west of I-35 will have a chance for freezing drizzle and light freezing rain Wednesday morning. Patchy areas of ice are possible, especially on bridges and overpasses. Anything that falls Wednesday afternoon should be light. The 32° line will likely roll all the way close to the Brazos Valley and the I-45 corridor.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Freezing rain chances will increase through the night as a disturbance passes over Central Texas. This is where we will likely start to see a little more icing on bridges and overpasses, as well as some surface streets. Temperatures will be below 30° along and west of I-35. It will be closer to freezing as you head east of I-35.
THURSDAY: The morning could be tricky with icing likely across at least the western half of Central Texas. Freezing rain will taper off as we head into the afternoon hours. Temperatures may rise just above freezing for most of the area as well, but we are talking 33-35°. Temperatures will fall again Thursday evening, so some icy spots could still be possible.
Stay tuned for more updates!