From: National Weather Service, Fort Worth
Date: Friday, 27 February 2015 21:15 CST
Very light snow, mixed at times with freezing drizzle, continues across much of North and Central Texas. We are warming aloft, and that's facilitating a transition in the atmosphere from snow to drizzle this evening. By midnight, most locations across our area will be experiencing light freezing drizzle exclusively. While it won't be terribly heavy, this freezing drizzle will be persistent overnight and Saturday morning at most locations across North/Central Texas. This will result in a thin glaze on most elevated surfaces, and on many roads as well.
For those locations where snow is already on the ground, it won't make much difference, obviously. However, in those areas across Central Texas - south of where the snow accumulated today - this glazing will continue to produce a significant hazard to driving overnight and early Saturday. Even across North Texas, the glaze will impact driving on those roads where the snow had previously melted down to bare pavement.
Temperatures overnight will gradually rise into the 26-30 degree range across North Texas, and the 28-32 degree range across Central Texas.