The National Weather Service advised that a strong cold front will move through north texas on Saturday with temperatures falling into the 30s by late Saturday night. Temperatures will be at or below freezing across much of the area early Sunday morning as a strong upper level disturbance approaches. Widespread light rain will develop during the day and temperatures are generally expected to rise above freezing by late Sunday morning, with most areas experiencing mainly rain. Temperatures will remain near or just below freezing north of an Eastland to Denton to Sherman line on Sunday. Rain may initially freeze in these areas resulting in some light icing on roads and bridges. As the system moves through, rain is likely to mix with sleet and snow with some light snow accumulations expected. Snowfall amounts of 1/2 to 2 inches mainly on grassy surfaces will be possible in these areas. Temperatures will fall into the mid and upper 20s Sunday night so any lingering water on area roads will likely freeze. Conditions will improve Monday with temperatures warming above freezing.