The following statement can be found on the National Weather Service’s website. 

A wintry mix is possible across Central Texas and parts of North Texas Wednesday and Wednesday night.

Areas of light rain, potentially mixed with light sleet at times, are expected to develop late tonight into Wednesday across much of Central Texas and parts of North Texas.

The most probable location for sleet to mix with the rain tonight is south and west of a line from Graham to Rockwall to Hearne. 

No accumulations of sleet are expected due to above freezing surface temperatures. 

Temperatures are expected to continue to cool through the day Wednesday. By Wednesday afternoon, some light snow could mix with rain west of Interstate 35 and south of Interstate 20, and continue across parts of Central Texas Wednesday night before all precipitation comes to an end. Surface temperatures are expected to remain in the mid 30s during this time, so any wintry precipitation should melt rather quickly.

Any light accumulations on Wednesday would be confined to grassy or elevated surfaces. As always, precautions should be taken while driving on any elevated roads or bridges when wintry precipitation is occurring.