The heaviest sleet/ice accumulation was found from the northern parts of the Metroplex and point north and west. Some spots saw 4″ of sleet atop of a thin layer of ice…nasty conditions over these areas
Some trees were no match for the heavy ice and snow Mother Nature dumped on North Texas Thursday night through Friday morning.
Freezing rain and stinging winds slammed the area Friday and made a strangely blank landscape out of normally sun-drenched North Texas.
How much ice did the winter storm lay down in the North Texas area? Enough that a girl from Euless was able to ice skate in the parking lot of her apartment complex!
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.
A day ago, North Texans were walking around in short sleeves and shorts. Now, they are prepping for a storm that could drop significant ice across much of the area.
The North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) and the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) are settling in for a busy night. Both technology and on-the-street manpower are helping them prepare for possible winter weather.
The city of Dallas and Texas Department of Transportation say they’re rushing to prevent icy road conditions as a winter storm descends on North Texas.
Cities across North Texas are taking action before the winter storm arrives. While some events have been cancelled or delayed, as of now, the starting line is still up for one of this weekend’s “hottest” events.
The threat of icy weather is pushing Santa’s fireworks show in Burleson to next summer.
Starting at noon Sunday, the City of Dallas sent out 30 sanding trucks to prepare for the looming ice storm.
A cold winter rain suddenly turned to ice west of Fort Worth Friday afternoon, coating trees and power lines.