Winter Weather Advisory in Effect for KFYO Listening Area
Winter Weather Advisories and Winter Storm Watches are in effect for the KFYO listening area, beginning Friday morning.
For the South Plains, temperatures are in the teens and 20’s Thursday night into Friday morning. A chance from freezing drizzle and sleet during the overnight hours could create hazardous driving conditions Friday morning.
The cold front will bring some sleet and snow to Lubbock, and the South Plains, on Saturday and sub-freezing temperatures through Tuesday.
The National Weather Service is urging caution on local and area roadways over the weekend:
THIS STORM HAS THE POTENTIAL TO PRODUCE CONDITIONS ASSOCIATED WITH MANY SERIOUS MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS. FURTHERMORE...EMERGENCY SERVICES MAY BECOME DELAYED IN PROVIDING ASSISTANCE. IF YOU HAVE TRAVEL PLANS THROUGH THE WEEKEND...CLOSELY MONITOR THE LATEST FORECASTS AND ROAD CONDITIONS AND BE PREPARED TO POSTPONE OR CANCEL TRAVEL ALTOGETHER.
Up in the Texas Panhandle snowfall of up to 1″-3″ is possible this weekend, in addition to the formation of ice on roadways.
Ron Roberts will have the latest winter weather updates on KFYO on Friday and throughout the weekend.