According to the National Weather Service, there’s a good chance we’ll see some sleet and possibly some snow tonight. You know what that means: The end of the world.

Okay, so that's a little melodramatic, but temperatures could dip as low as 22 degrees in areas of central Texas, and the national weather service expects a sleet/snow mix to fall. That could mean icy road conditions much like those we saw last week. We're even seeing some school closures and delays ahead of this, so you know it's serious business.

 As if that weren't reason enough to freak out, just look at the pastels on this weather map:
National Weather Service

Seriously, how unnerving is it as a Texan to see a weather map that isn't flaming orange with a few red flecks?

But before you start making a survival plan for life in a Day After Tomorrow-esque winter wasteland, keep in mind that temperatures are expected to jump back into the upper 60s and mid 70's by the end of the week.

And then the rain comes! Rain we can handle.

In the event that we do see this severe weather, we'll bring you the latest in school closures and traffic conditions as they come in. If you're away from the radio, check us out on Facebook and Twitter or listen live from your computer or RadioPup mobile app.