FOX 7 Austin viewers from all across the area shared pictures of the snow that fell over the weekend.
It was a very messy Monday morning on the roads as wintry weather over the weekend caused slick and icy road conditions which led to a number of crashes across the area.
The weather caused thousands of power outages in Central Texas and resulted in school closures,
Many school districts are saying they're closing campuses due to hazardous road conditions caused by the snow and precipitation.
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A persistent blizzard has blanketed large parts of Spain with 50-year record levels of snow, killing at least four people and leaving thousands trapped in cars.
The system is expected to move across the state starting Saturday evening through early Monday morning and is threatening to bring snowfall to much of the northern half of Texas.
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The roads were treated with a brine solution that helps prevent ice from sticking to the pavement.
Governor Abbott has placed resources on standby ahead of significant winter weather and potential flash flooding that is expected to impact Texas.
The Texas Department of Transportation says it is preparing for potential icing on area roadways this week and its crews have begun pretreating bridges and overpasses on major Austin roads.
The final few days of 2020 feature active weather across Central Texas.
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Minnesotans were hit by blizzard conditions as temperatures dropped well below freezing on December 23.
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The temperature in Denver dropped so steep so quickly the city recorded the earliest freeze on record going back nearly 150 years, according to a report.
It may be the tail end of summer, but some parts out West on Monday skipped right to winter.
Winter is coming, apparently with a vengeance.
The periodical is predicting “cold and snowy conditions in the north, drought in the west, and everything crazy in between.”
Temperatures will be the most frigid east of the Rockies and over the Great Lakes and Northeast, the National Weather Service said.