The Sherman-Denison area may experience snow flurries until this weekend, when weather is expected to warm to 50 degrees.

The Sherman-Denison area may experience snow flurries until this weekend, when weather is expected to warm to 50 degrees.


Weather conditions Friday will remain cloudy and cold, said meteorologist Dennis Cain of the National Weather Service’s Fort Worth office. There is a slight chance of more snow flurries Friday morning. The rest of the day will be partly cloudy with a high of 33 degrees and a low of 17 degrees.


No precipitation is expected through the weekend. Saturday, temperatures will warm up to around 50 degrees. A cold front is expected to come through Sunday, said meteorologist Matt Bishop, also of the National Weather Service’s Fort Worth office. The high Sunday will be in the 40s and the low will be 28 degrees.


There is a slight chance of rain for Monday evening, Bishop said, and a chance of snow for Tuesday.


Snow will make the roads "drivable, but slick," Cain said. Drivers should use caution on the roads.


As of Thursday afternoon, the Texas Highway Patrol said they responded to one weather-related accident that occurred on Highway 11 in Luella. The accident was minor and there were no injuries, a trooper said. Lt. Mike Eppler of the Denison Police Department and Sgt. D.M. Hampton of the Sherman Police Department both said that there have been no weather-related accidents in their respective cities.