A winter weather advisory has been issued for a majority of the South Plains and southern and central Texas Panhandle.

More wintry precipitation is expected across the region beginning Wednesday evening.

One to two inch snow amounts are expected, with the higher amounts in the southern Panhandle, and two to four inches are possible in some areas.

The winter weather advisory was issued by the National Weather Service early Wednesday afternoon, and will be in effect until noon on Thursday.

Periods of snow will cause some travel difficulties, and wind chills could drop temps as low to below zero in some areas.

The Texas DPS has given some suggestions on how to stay safe during wintry weather.

As the weather changes, we’ll keep you updated.