As we get ready for the chilly winter season, here are a few resources for you to stay up-to-date on any winter weather happenings in the Sun City.

Check the Texas Department of Transportation website to see if there are any road or interstate closures in the city. It may not snow much here, but even the slightest bit of ice can close the city for hours.

If you live in New Mexico, the New Mexico Department of Traffic has an interactive map to let you know which, if any, roads are closed, too. If you're unsure how to handle the ice and snow as your drive, check out these 5 winter driving tips.

According to NOAA, El Paso's winter is going to be slightly warmer than last year, but significantly more wet. According to the Farmer's Almanac, the coldest temperatures will happen in late December, mid- to late January and mid- February. For weekly forecasts, visit our media partners in the KVIA online weather room.