FORT WORTH -- The snow is almost gone, but cold mornings, slightly warmer days and chances of a wet New Year's holiday are ahead."It looks like winter is here to stay, for at least a few days," said meteorologist Ted Ryan of the National Weather Service in Fort Worth.Friday morning, drivers should be prepared to drive slowly because of fog and drizzle, the weather service warned.Thursday afternoon, the high temperature at DFW Airport rose above freezing for the first time in almost two days, reaching a high of 43. Wednesday was the first day with a daytime high of 32 or less since Feb. 4, 2011.Today's high should also reach the mid-40s, but temperatures are expected to fall into the 30s by noon. And overnight, the low is expected to reach 26 before sunup.Then on Sunday, the mercury will probably bounce up to 48 to 50, meteorologist Dennis Cavanaugh said.A Pacific front will arrive Monday, bringing with it chances of rain on New Year's Eve and New Year's Day. Forecasters say there's a 30 percent chance of rain Monday evening and a 20 percent chance on New Year's Day."It's going to be a cold rain," Ryan said. "Right now, that rain could be here all week or it could be gone in a few days."Life at DFW Airport slowly returned to normal Thursday. About 110 flights were canceled during the day because the snowy weather that clogged airport traffic here Tuesday and Wednesday has moved to the eastern half of the United States.By 5 p.m., that number had dwindled to 51, said Cynthia Vega, an airport spokeswoman.Staff writers Domingo Ramirez Jr. and Bill Miller contributed to this report.