DALLAS - An upper-level, low-pressure system tracking east could bring some snow flurries into North Texas Friday morning.
Traveling northeast into the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the system will likely be the strongest in the southwest counties.
Snow flurries will come into the area between 5 a.m. and 10 a.m., transitioning into a light rain as it heads into midday.
Accumulation will likely be the heaviest in the Abilene, Stephenville and Brownwood area. Graham, Mineral Wells and Granbury can expect less than one inch. The rest of North Texas will see little accumulation.