A strong cold front will move through North Texas late tonight with temperatures falling into the lower to mid 30s by noon Saturday. Meanwhile a powerful upper level storm system will move across the region and result in widespread precipitation across the area. Rain may mix with snow during the daytime hours Saturday... but is expected to become all snow by Saturday evening. Snowfall accumulations in the advisory area are expected to average 1 inch... but could be as high as 3 inches along the Red River. Snowfall amounts may be higher or lower... and are still dependent on the exact track of the upper level system. In addition to the snow... strong winds of 20 to 30 mph with gusts to 40 mph are likely Saturday and Saturday night... which may result in periods of blowing snow and reduced visibilities.