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There is still some ice on the ground, but classes are back in session in the Dallas ISD, and several other school districts across North Texas on Tuesday morning.
Drivers in the DFW area still found themselves slipping on the roads Monday, after the weekend ice storm. But on Tuesday morning, it looks to be a different story.
As temperatures rose above freezing, ice began to fall, creating a hazard for North Texans.
North Texas is starting to thaw but questions remain about where city leaders were during the worst of the winter weather.
It’s a decision that isn’t taken lightly in any school district. Regardless if the answer is yay or nay, many people end up criticizing the decision to either close or open schools after a winter storm.
It seems the opinions of state and local agencies about road conditions and clearing efforts are varying greatly from those of North Texas drivers.
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Drivers in Fort Worth and across Tarrant County saw some of the worst driving conditions. In fact, police were asking people to stay off the roads, all weekend. Drivers were even asked to delay their commutes as long as possible Monday.
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The ice storm that brought many motorists to a complete standstill over this past weekend is having a similar effect on deliveries at North Texas grocery stores.
Utility company Oncor expects nearly all of the power across the Metroplex to be restored by the end of Monday. Roughly 14,000 outages remain across the Dallas area.