The Winter Weather Advisory for the Houston area, beginning 3 a.m. Tuesday through 6 a.m. Wednesday, may be upgraded to a Winter Storm Watch or even a Winter Storm Warning.

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The Arctic front is continuing its march south, with South Texas in its crosshairs.

“They may have to issue a Wind Chill Advisory late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning as chills could fall to 10 to 20 degrees,” says ABC 13 meteorologist Collin Myers. “For us, at this point, it appears unlikely that we’ll be getting significant accumulations, thus just the advisory. But again, that could change.”

The weather is always tough to predict during winter in Texas. Just take last month’s snow. Yes, snow.

Area weather-watchers were on the fence about whether we’d get the white stuff. In the end, it was a perfect storm–of snow.

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Anna Caplan contributes to Rare Houston and Rare Animals. 
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