From Staff Reports
Please see the following National Weather Service update from Corsicana Fire Chief Michael Ryan regarding the weather.
Freezing rain and sleet, resulting in ice accumulations and ice-related travel impacts, will occur across much of the region through the middle of the week. The greatest impacts are expected to be across North Texas, including the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex, but portions of Central and East may also see accumulating ice.
- A multi-day ice event will occur today through Wednesday across much of North and Central Texas.
- Patchy freezing drizzle and light freezing rain will become more widespread this afternoon with temperatures remaining below freezing across much of the region today.
- Although roadways may appear dry, slick spots will begin to develop, particularly on bridges and overpasses. Even a thin glaze can cause you to lose control of your vehicle.
- More widespread wintry precipitation will occur tonight into Tuesday with significant accumulations of ice expected. Road conditions will steadily deteriorate.
- Additional rounds of wintry precipitation will occur Tuesday night and Wednesday.
Areas of Concern and Impacts
Threats/Hazardous Weather Types
What We Are Certain Of:
- Multiple rounds of precipitation will occur through Thursday across all of North and Central Texas.
- Much of this will be freezing rain and sleet, resulting in ice accumulations across much of the region.
- There will be significant impacts to travel.
What We Are Less Certain Of:
- How far south and east the freezing rain and ice accumulations will occur.
- Where and how long temperatures may remain below freezing.
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