We are tracking freezing rain events that may disrupt travel for some people in North and Central Texas.
Winter weather advisories and winter storm monitoring are in place for most of North and Central Texas.
There is a growing belief that we will have freezing rain with showers on and off during the period Monday through Wednesday.
Our region can face significant freezing due to the frigid weather. Some areas have seen ice accumulations of 1/10 to 1/4 inch.
Freezing rain is expected Monday afternoon and will continue through Wednesday.
Some roads and all elevated roads in North Texas are at risk of icing.
Light icing is expected on roads in areas north and west of DFW. Monday evening through Wednesday morning will see schools closed, moderate traffic problems, and icy roads, bridges, and overpasses off Interstate 20 north.
Tuesday seems to be the worst day to travel because of the storm.
In central Texas, concern seems to be limited to the high ground west of Austin.
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Stay vigilant and watch the weather. The “Weather On The 1s” team will continue to bring you the latest weather information on air and online.
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