Overnight Snow, Lingering Ice and Frigid Temps Close Some North Texas Schools

Thursday will be sunny, but cold, with high temperatures in the 40s

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People across North Texas woke up to some patchy ice on the roads, but the temperatures are slowly climbing and skies are clearing.

Navarro, Henderson, Van Zandt, Kaufman, Anderson, Hopkins and Freestone counties saw an overnight period of snowfall.

Some school districts were closed or had delayed starts. Check here for the full list.

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This week’s winter storm put down a blanket of snow in western parts of Texas.

The winter storm that affected much of West and Northwest Texas, and brought a mix of rain and snow to parts of North Texas, started to wind down Wednesday night.

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The parts of West and Northwest Texas that received the heaviest snow will have the highest chance of slippery roads Thursday morning. In Dallas-Fort Worth, roads will generally be dry.

Thursday afternoon will be sunny, but cold, with high temperatures in the 40s.

Read the latest forecast here.

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