ALL CLEAR: Severe threat gone, now watching for a freeze

First Alert ALL CLEAR
Published: Nov. 3, 2022 at 11:46 AM CDT
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AMARILLO, Texas (KFDA) - Overnight storms have now moved on out of our region, leaving behind much cooler weather for the day.

Now, we may see some shower and wintry mix activity, especially in our northern counties this afternoon, but don’t expect any significant snow accumulation. As we head into the evening, skies are expected to clear, which paves the way for our first freeze of the season. After midnight and just before sunrise looks to be our window of coldest temperatures, so bring in those plants, and keep an eye on pets. This isn’t expected to be a hard freeze, but very cold nonetheless.

Forecasted lows for Friday night into Saturday
Forecasted lows for Friday night into Saturday(KFDA)

This will be our final update on this First Alert weather story.

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