The National Weather Service reports that most of the rain has ended in the Brazos Valley but the hard freeze warning continues through the mid-morning hours.
Travel advisories were issued in about half of the state as a late season wet cold front blew into the state Sunday afternoon.
A wintry mix of rain, some light snowfall and sleet made it to the Brazos Valley by Sunday evening.
Texas Department of Transportation spokesman Bob Colwell said road crews began pre-treating bridges in the Brazos Valley.
The Electric Reliability Council of Texas asked Texas power customers to conserve energy through Monday. They cite high demand along with sub-freezing temperatures and the emergency shutdown of two generating plant on January 6th for repairs.
Temperatures are expected to rise to the 40s by later today (Monday).