From the National Weather Service: Winter precipitation is possible Sunday for areas north of an Eastland to Denton to Sherman line. A strong cold front will move into North Texas Saturday afternoon and will drop temperatures below freezing by 6 a.m. Sunday. At the same time, an upper level disturbance will bring precipitation to the region. There is a chance or freezing rain in the morning hours north of a line from Eastland to Denton to Sherman. Temperatures will warm just above freezing in the afternoon before falling back below freezing in the evening hours. Thus, the freezing rain will end by late morning, but sleet is expected in the afternoon. All precipitation is expected to be ended by 6 p.m. Freezing temperatures are not expected in the Metroplex, but if forecasted temperatures are colder than currently anticipated, freezing rain or sleet could be possible. Again, this is not expected at this time. For areas north of the line, minor accumulations of ice are possible on elevated surfaces, but impacts should be minimal as temperatures are expected to warm above freezing by noon. Residents should check the forecast daily for any changes as this weather pattern continues to evolve.