The threat of winter weather continues across the DFW area. But as North Texans woke up on Tuesday morning expecting very icy roads, many found conditions to be passable.
The worst of Monday morning’s weather seems to have hit Montague County. Several school districts there were forced to either delay their starts or shut down completely.
The operator of the electric grid that lights most of Texas has discontinued a prior alert asking customers to use less electricity.
Texas Department of Transportation road crews hit the freeways first after snow fell early Thursday morning. Many side streets however, remained a problem for drivers.
People in Wise and Montague Counties fell asleep to piles of sleet and snow accumulations over yards, sidewalks and roadways.
A winter storm is making its way across the country, and people in North Texas are feeling the impact. Hundreds of flights in and out of the DFW area are canceled for Tuesday.
It’s that time of year when cabin fever hits north Texans and thoughts wander to planning that winter escape.
In North Texas, everything from bugs to bad allergies is often blamed on our typically mild winters. So, after two days of bitter cold, will the arctic blast at least kill off a few bugs?
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The winter freeze that covered North Texas in a slippery coating of ice earlier this month wreaked havoc on roads and schools, as well as dozens of area greenhouses.
An industry group said that damage from the DFW ice storm has reached $30 million in residential losses. That does not include losses to vehicles, roads or government property.
Now that much of the ice has melted — or been chipped away — from area roads, North Texans are finding the inevitable aftermath of a week’s worth of freezing and thawing.