Much of North Texas is under a Winter Weather Advisory Monday morning.
The advisory is in effect for Erath, Hamilton, Hood, Jack, Montague, Palo Pinto, Parker and Wise counties as a wintry mix and snow move into the area. Temperatures will hold above freezing, but roads could be slick until about 8 a.m
As of 5 a.m., nearly 9,000 North Texas residents were without power.
Dallas and Rockwall counties reported the most outages, with 4,245 and 4,065 respectively. More than 400 outages were reported in Ellis County, 158 in Tarrant County and 54 in Collin County.
Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport officials advised all passengers with Monday morning departures to check their flight status before heading to the airport.
"Passengers with confirmed flights are advised to arrive early at the airport and to be prepared for the possibility of delays," D/FW Airport spokesman David Magaña said.
As of 8 a.m., 112 departures and 151 arrivals had been canceled at D/FW Airport. Nearly 30 departures and 38 arrivals were listed as delayed.
At Dallas Love Field, nine departures and 12 arrivals were canceled. Seven departures and two arrivals were delayed.