As snow turns into ice, the commute along Interstate-35E from Lewisville north through Denton is treacherous.
North Texans certainly don’t see snow like this every year. Some kids in Dallas took it all in with screams of joy. As soon as the snow started coming down a lot of kids and adults instantly thought of one place – Flag Pole Hill.
Snowfall at the worst possible time prompted Midlothian school officials to call off classes for half its students — but only half of them.
Snow fell as students headed back to school.
In a matter of a few hours, North Texas will be under a second Winter Storm Advisory this week. Now, some frazzled parents are left wondering what to do if school lets out for another day.
Slick roads kept thousands of kids out of school for a second straight day. Frisco, Plano and Allen students are among them.
For more than 700 schools across North Texas, Monday was a real snow day. But in Weatherford some students still showed up on campus.
Kids love snow days, but what about the parents? This video documents what a snow day looks like through the eyes of the parents.
Even in the midst of the pure joy that kids call `a snow day,’ lurks the reality that the cancelled classes will one day come at a cost.
Although freeways and major thoroughfares remained for the most part free of ice, a handful of North Texas school districts cancelled classes Friday — citing icy conditions on side streets, sidewalks and parking lots.
Getting to class was tricky, for some University of North Texas students today, after snowflakes coated Denton County. Slick sidewalks made it difficult for kids to walk across campus and slushy roads proved to be dangerous for drivers.
The DeSoto Independent School District announced Saturday that students will not have Presidents’ Day off.