“We should get a good, solid rain overnight, but nothing severe,” said Rick Mitchell, chief meteorologist for KXAS-TV (NBC5). “It will be pretty wet to start tomorrow, but that’ll taper off through the afternoon and be completely done by tomorrow evening.” Largely cold rain is anticipated, but northwest areas could experience a snow-rain mix with possible but unlikely light accumulations near the Red River on elevated or grassy surfaces. In Dallas, according to NBC5, high temps should max out near 43 with a low of 41 and high probability of morning rain. Sunday will be mostly cloudy with a high of 47. While temps will climb into the mid-50s early in the week, nights will chill to below-freezing levels, with lows of 31 expected Monday and Tuesday.