Rain/sleet changing to snow will continue through the night. Roadways will be hazardous for travel Monday night through Tuesday mid-morning.
Lubbock may see one to two inches of the mixture by Tuesday morning. Areas to the north of the city may see another two to four inches of snow.
Nighttime lows will fall to the mid 20s with some teens in the eastern South Plains. Drier air will move back to the area briefly on Tuesday afternoon, allowing for a short warming trend with highs in the low to mid 40s.
Arctic air will spill back into the area late Tuesday night and it will be cold from Wednesday morning through Saturday. Periods of snow will be likely with some areas receiving measurable amounts each morning .
Avoid bridges/overpasses when possible.
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