Another round of snow is on the way into the Metroplex Friday afternoon.
NBC 5 meteorologist Lindsay Riley said there is a 60 percent chance for precipitation at about 4 p.m., with the highest totals of snow accumulating in the northern counties of the Metroplex.
Flurries are expected in the Metroplex in time for the evening commute, with less than a half an inch expected in most of DFW; over an inch is possible in the northern parts of Denton and Collin counties north toward the Red River.
Southeast of the Metroplex, near Mexia and Palestine, freezing drizzle is possible in the afternoon.
By 8 p.m. Friday the precipitation is expected to have ended. Overnight Friday, temperatures are forecast to remain below freezing with partly cloudy skies. With highs in the low 50s on Saturday and Sunday, any snow accumulation is expected to melt quickly.
Travel Delays at North Texas Airports
On Thursday, more than 700 flights in and out of Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport were delayed and another 400 were canceled due to weather. At Dallas' Love Field Airport, carriers reported a little more than 100 inbound and outbound delays and fewer than 10 cancellations.
As of 1:30 p.m. Friday, FlightAware.com was reporting the following cancellations and delays for DFW Airport. (No delays or cancellations have been reported at Dallas Love Field)
DFW Outbound Cancellations: 23
DFW Outbound Delays: 126
DFW Inbound Cancellations: 36
DFW Inbound Delays: 141
Schools Delay, Close Campuses Due to Weather
Icy side roads in North Texas led school administrators and other officials to delay or close more than 170 schools and other organizations Friday.
Azle, Garland, Greenville, Jacksboro, Richardson, Rockwall, Springtown, and other districts are closed Friday. Find full closures and delay listings by clicking here.
Far more districts are taking a wait-and-see approach with the roadways, delaying start times by two hours or starting at 10 a.m. Friday. Birdville, Carroll, Grapevine-Colleyville, Greenville, H-E-B, Northwest, Weatherford and other districts are delaying the start of school on Friday to see if conditions will improve.
Other districts soundly declared they were open on their official Twitter accounts or Web pages. Arlington, Coppell, Dallas, Lewisville and others are remaining open at their regular schedules. If a school district or business does not appear on the following list, they are operating at their regular schedule. Find full closures and delay listings by clicking here.