This snowman, seen at the Kaufmann home in the Rachel Heights subdivision of Bryan on Sunday, sports a facial mask to avoid spreading the coronavirus.

The tri-state area saw its first significant snowfall of the season on Sunday.

The National Weather Service reported around noon that 1-3 inches of snow had fallen around the area but impacts to travel were minimal.

Forecasters were calling for up to an additional inch of accumulation and said that overpasses and secondary streets may be slick and elevated road surfaces could become slippery in some areas.

Experts say conditions today will be sunny and in the mid 40s but snow or a snow-rain mix could return on Tuesday.

Highs for Wednesday and Thanksgiving on Thursday are expected to reach into the 50s, with rain likely on Wednesday.

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