With this, there is a possibility of snow in McKinney on Monday night and Tuesday morning, according to the forecast.
McKinney city officials said motorists should use caution when approaching bridges and overpasses while temperatures are low.
City crews are preparing equipment and are on standby to respond to inclement weather, Assistant Director of Public Works Paul Sparkman said in an email. In the event of an actual freeze, these crews will lay down sand on major thoroughfares, bridges and overpasses, he said.
Temperatures are expected to drop to the low 30s on Monday night, and there is a 90% change of rain after 10 p.m., according to the forecast. After 4 a.m., this rain could turn to snow.
This weather is expected to continue into Tuesday morning, and a mix of snow and rain is likely to continue falling until 1 p.m. that day. Weather is then predicted to clear up before reaching a low of 27 on Tuesday night.