Here is your Maximum Snowfall Totals across North Texas & Southern Oklahoma.
Keep in mind, these are Maximum Totals, meaning this is the most you'd see if you were lucky enough to see snow. I don't expect flurries or light snow any farther south than Bowie or Gainesville. BUT, I cannot rule out after 6-7PM that an isolated snow shower passes by DFW as the frontal system moves towards the Gulf of Mexico & Southeastern USA. Accumulations will not occur in North Texas, unless you are North/West of Wichita Falls. The ground is simply too warm for snow to stick.
Even in North Texas, like Denton County, our temperatures will be around 34-38 after 3PM, but a thousand feet up, temperatures will be 30-32, meaning snow COULD try to sneak through, but it is just too unlikely to replicate that on this prediction.
It's a long shot for Denton County to see snow, so I'm sticking to just rain for us tomorrow. Keep an eye out after 3-4PM for a single snowflake to fall. If you have pictures of snow tomorrow, send them in to us through Messenger!
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