December’s ice storm left North Texas battered and bruised. Now we’ve learned we’ve been left out in the cold again — footing all the repair bills.
By Sunday evening, Dallas road conditions were at the worst all day.
People in Wise and Montague Counties fell asleep to piles of sleet and snow accumulations over yards, sidewalks and roadways.
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
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.
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.
A cold winter rain suddenly turned to ice west of Fort Worth Friday afternoon, coating trees and power lines.
With the threat of sleet and maybe even snow in North Texas Sunday night and into Monday, the folks that keep our roads clear spent much of Friday preparing for their first possible test of the winter season.
The forecast is calling for the potential for a widespread winter weather event for North Texas, primarily Sunday into Monday. As it looks right now, sleet and freezing rain look to be the main types […]
Power went out to much of Fort Worth’s Stockyards area early today.
After struggling to dig out from snow and ice that buried North Texas just last week, rain in the metroplex turned from sleet to snow just before 3 a.m., in some western parts.
It’s been 15 years since air this cold has impacted North Texans and the coldest week in 22 years. Heavy snow and sleet have pushed well away from North Texas, but arctic air continues to build clouds and flurries.