The winter weather is putting a chill on profits for the North Texas food truck industry.
Folks across the metroplex are pretty much done! Done with sand on the streets. Done with the ice. Done with the snow. One Denton woman is in the business of dealing with frosty things, but even she is looking forward to a warm up.
The Metro area is under a WINTER STORM WARNING from 6pm Sunday night until 6pm Monday night.
The Winter Storm Watch has been expanded to include more of North Texas.
A WINTER STORM WATCH has been issued for parts of North Texas, including the DFW Metroplex Sunday evening through Monday.
Authorities are advising people to avoid the roads as a mix of ice and freezing rain has swept across North Texas. One group of Collin County residents has no choice.
Storm Team Blog: Larry Mowry’s thoughts on the coming winter storm.
Hard to believe after such a nice sunny day Tuesday that a winter storm will be ongoing across North Texas Wednesday morning. But that is what we will be dealing with.
Another strong upper level disturbance will move over North Texas late Tuesday night, creating precipitation and dragging down cold air. The combination of the two will lead to winter weather once again for North Texas.
The latest forecast models have arrived. They haven’t changed too much from earlier runs. If anything they have come in a little colder and a little faster with the front.