TYLER, Texas (KETK) – What a snow event for East Texas. Some areas receiving over 4 inches of snow. Our highest total was 1 mile west of Jacksonville, where 8″ of snow fell on Sunday.
Here is a look at the radar. The snow is pulling away. We’re mainly cloudy and cold this morning.
Our temperatures are hovering near 32°. As the precipitation increases in coverage & intensity later today, temperatures will gradually fall to & below freezing.
Pavement temperatures are a key part of snow sticking to roadways. With road temperatures below freezing, we expect travel impacts and slick areas for Monday morning. Be careful!
Here is your Monday forecast.
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WINTER STORM WARNING:
Most of our KETK & FOX51 viewing area is under a Winter Storm Warning until early Monday morning.
We anticipate the majority of the snowfall has fallen now and is still in line with our current projected snow totals. Through late tonight, another 1-2 inches of snow is possible.
Based off this projection, here is a look at travel conditions for Sunday through Tuesday.
Meteorologist Carson Vickroy explains what is happening in the atmosphere and what it has to do with what kind of precipitation we see:
Stay tuned to the Storm Team for more updates on-air and online.
To see the latest forecast, click here.