Cooler temperatures and ice to close out the weekend in the Dallas area.
Temperatures were on the steep decline over the past week, dropping from the mid-70s on Thursday to the lower 40s on Saturday.
On Sunday, temperatures dive further, settling in the middle 30s. The ice that was in western Texas on Saturday shifts eastward for the second half of the weekend, reaching Dallas on Sunday. That is especially true in the afternoon.
The icy conditions will persist through Sunday night and into Monday morning.
Temperatures will gradually warm on Tuesday and Wednesday with highs back into the 50s by midweek.
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