Despite the winter weather that has paralyzed most of North Texas, the Dallas Cowboys continue to prepare for their Monday night match-up against the Bears in the Windy City.
A couple in McKinney woke up to a crashing sound on Friday morning, as the winter storm covered North Texas in a layer of ice. A tree broke and pierced two rooms of their home.
GBag Nation soldier Jeff Cavanaugh was determined to get to work today to entertain the earholes of the DFW masses, but there was one little obstacle – winter!
Drivers really should try to stay at home during dangerous winter conditions. But for those folks who absolutely must get on the road, a AAA spokesman offers handy tips.
More than 250,000 customers were without power Friday morning as a storm dumped ice on DFW. Oncor deployed more than 2,500 workers to help restore electricity.
The icy weather has resulted in airlines canceling over 330 departures scheduled for Friday at DFW Airport. That represents 40 percent of the airport’s departing flights.
The cold weather and threat of icy conditions has Oncor crews standing by in Lancaster, ready for any potential power outages that may appear across North Texas.
Temperatures dipped down to 36 degrees in Duncanville on Thursday morning. So, why would a group of people stand outside during this bitter cold? A great deal, of course.
The winter weather rolling through North Texas will most certainly have an impact on roadways and travel plans. But officials across DFW said that they are ready for the storm.
What a difference a day makes. Temperatures in parts of DFW on Wednesday reached 80 degrees. But by Thursday morning, temperatures had dipped down into the 30s.
DFW is bracing for a winter storm. If you need to travel outside either before or during the storm, you should keep these emergency telephone numbers handy.
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.