The numbers will start to fall Saturday evening and into Saturday night, and will drop right at freezing or below-freezing for areas west and north of Dallas-Fort Worth by the evening into the night.
There is some hint that light precipitation could also accompany the Arctic cold front, but the probability is now only 20 percent.
National Weather Service Meteorologist Patricia Sanchez said temperatures will range from a low of 21 to a high of 36 on New Year's Day.
It's important to note that significant adjustments may be necessary with this forecast for both temperatures and precipitation.
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Areas along and north of I-20 that see this wintry mix will certainly see the chance for some ice glazing on the roads and maybe some light accumulation, especially on bridges and overpasses.
Still expecting to see some sun tomorrow afternoon and temperatures to make it to the mid 40s. Highs will range from the 40s southwest to upper 30s closer to Rolla. Temperatures will be near freezing or below throughout these days. Some places could struggle to get out of the 30s. Along with the cold air, wind chills will be falling below zero throughout the weekend. Some extremely frigid air looks to surge in for New Year's Eve and New Year's Day with teens and 20s possible during the daytime hours.
Tuesday will likely be the coldest morning with lows in the low to mid 20s and highs near 40.
Along with Monday morning, prepare for hard freezes on Tuesday and Wednesday morning as well. This will be some of the coldest conditions we've seen for our area in a while, so make sure you have that warm gear ready. Again, this is for next week; so, you don't need to do that now.