Northwest Louisiana and Union County, Arkansas are part of a winter storm watch issued Saturday morning by the National Weather Service in Shreveport.
Snow remains in the Magnolia area forecast for Sunday night.
Accumulating snowfall will be possible across portions of the area Sunday night into Monday morning.
A strong winter storm will begin moving into the region Sunday through early Monday morning. Rain during the day Sunday will transition to all snow or a wintry mix Sunday evening and into Sunday night.
Snowfall is possible all across the Four State area, but the greatest amounts will be in north central and northwest Louisiana, south central Arkansas and east and northeast Texas.
Accumulations of 1-2 inches are possible. Columbia County is forecast to receive less than an inch.
Daytime highs in the Magnolia area will be in the mid 40s through Tuesday. Overnight lows will be in the upper 20s.
The Magnolia forecast calls for snow showers possibly mixed with rain on Sunday night, becoming all snow after 11 p.m. Northeast winds will be at 5 mph. The chance of precipitation is 70 percent.
With temperatures rising on Monday morning, snow showers will be mixed with rain before ending after 11 a.m. The high Monday will be near 41.
Earlier Sunday, higher snow accumulations of 1-4 inches, with isolated accumulations of 6 inches, will fall in a band from the Texas Hill County into Deep East Texas, but south of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.