Many people will be struggling to stay warm on Thursday. This means that rolling power outages could potentially return.
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.
As North Texas braces for another round of treacherous weather, parents are hoping it won’t be as bad as expected.
A Winter Storm Warning will be in effect starting at midnight and lasting until 6:00 p.m. Wednsday evening.
Last Monday North Texas was bracing for a bitter blast of cold. As we prepare to go through it all again, some area schools have yet to clean up the mess dealt them by the first storm.
We dodged a snow bullet over the weekend, as yet another storm system with a shot of colder air traveled across North Texas.
Some light rain and snow has been falling in the western parts of North Texas all day Sunday.
Today’s winter storm wasn’t a typical storm system for North Texas. The storm system pushed into the cold, arctic air mass over North Texas and made for a powdery snow more reminiscent of Colorado.
Fans planning to come to DFW for the Super Bowl might have trouble getting here after Friday’s snow.
Here’s the latest information on the winter weather pounding DFW. We’ll update it throughout the day.
The low water content is keeping this snow light and fluffy. It will not be ideal for making snowballs.