The next chance for a taste of winter heads into the Fredericksburg area later Wednesday evening.
Brian Jackson with the National Weather Service in Sterling says the areas for snow accumulation is hot or miss. It comes as part of a low pressure system that developed over the south. About a half inch to an inch is likely. He says this system will move out by midday Thursday. An Alberta Clipper passes through the region Friday afternoon, bringing more widespread swaths of accumulating snow.
Cold temperatures will stay in place for at least the next few days, meaning that anything that does fall could create slick road conditions.