DALLAS—Another blast of frigid air is bringing with it hazardous weather for much of Texas along with warnings about slick roads and rain extending into midweek.

The National Weather Service issued a winter weather advisory for North Texas on Sunday as day-time temperatures dip into the 40s. Forecasts call for freezing rain and sleet.

The weather service says this winter has been the 20th coldest ever recorded for North Texas.

Parts of West Texas are expected to see lows Sunday night into the teens as a wintry mix moves into the region.

Central and South Texas will see more moderate temperatures but chances of showers are forecast through Wednesday. Thunderstorms are likely for the greater Austin area Sunday.

Thunderstorms also are likely for the Houston region, with showers likely well into the work week.