Brace yourself for the mad rush on bread and milk at the grocery store; the first blast of winter in southeast Texas has brought us cold temperatures and rain, but the combination of the two could give us a wintry mix by Friday.
"I don't anticipate - if you see something frozen - that this is going to be a big problem because it will liquify... So, a snowflake falls out of the sky, or we get a little bit of sleet; our temperatures are above freezing."
Weather Channel Meteorologist Terri Smith says should not expect any accumulation, and driving conditions should not be affected.
Would you like to see snow in Houston?— KTRH News (@ktrhnews) December 7, 2017