FORT WORTH — Get ready for another round of icy streets and bone-chilling temperatures.
Most of North Texas has been placed under a winter storm warning as freezing rain, sleet and snow are expected to blow into the region early Wednesday morning.
Forecasters are expecting 2-4 inches of snow in the northern half of the Dallas-Fort Worth area with 1-3 inches farther south. Toward the Red River, there may be as much as 4-6 inches of snow, said Eric Martello, a National Weather Service meteorologist.
"It will be very similar to last Tuesday," Martello said. "When everyone wakes up, it will be well below freezing and there will be a winter mix on roadways. I think we’ll definitely see morning rush-hour impacts."
Most of the heaviest precipitation is expected to fall in a 12-hour period ending at noon Wednesday. But temperatures will be falling throughout the day dipping from the mid-20s around sunrise to the lower 20s to upper teens by late afternoon. Wind chills near zero are possible.
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