DALLAS - While short-sleeved shirts and even flip flops have been a common sight this fall, a cold front headed our way is expected to bring some "sweater weather."
The front is expected to bring some of the coldest temperatures North Texas has felt this season, and maybe even some snow flurries.
Mild weather is in the forecast around the MetroPCS Dallas Marathon time, which begins at 8 a.m., with temperatures likely holding in the 60s, according to WFAA meteorologist Steve McCauley.
Around noon, the temperature is expected to reach close to 70 degrees with patches of drizzle and light showers. Around 5 p.m., a line of thunderstorms will develop just to the east of the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
A patch of snow will also develop around 3 a.m. Monday northwest of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, falling apart just before it reaches North Texas. However, there is still a chance for a few flurries in the area.
"Don't be surprised if you see a flurry or two," McCauley said in a Saturday evening forecast. "It's just that it will be fairly insignificant if it does happen."