DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM/AP) — While rain continues to hamper much of North Texas on Tuesday morning, residents in the Panhandle are dealing with snowfall and ice.
At least an inch of snow fell Tuesday on Amarillo with forecasters calling for up to five inches in some areas. A hazardous weather advisory is in effect until noon for much of the Panhandle, with icy conditions reported south in the Lubbock area.
A light rain fell in North Texas as temperatures are expected to move into the upper 40s. Scattered showers are forecast for the Houston region through Tuesday afternoon, but skies will clear and temperatures will reach about 60 degrees.
Most of Central Texas will be clear with temps in the upper 50s. But rain is falling on San Antonio and parts of South Texas.
Another cold front is expected to arrive in the Dallas-Fort Worth area on Wednesday, with a high of 29 degrees expected by Thursday.
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