The cold weather that's been hitting other parts of the country has arrived in Central Texas and officials have prepared roads and activated shelters for those in need.
A powerful Arctic cold front will bring the coldest temperatures of the season next week to most of the United States, breaking dozens of November records in the central, southern and eastern parts of the country.
Parts of the Texas Panhandle were covered in white after an early season storm that brought heavy snow and strong winds to the area.
A heavy, fall snow storm will be passing over the Northern Rockies and Plains in the next few days, and the National Weather Service is warning that some regions may experience blizzard conditions and potentially historic October snowfall, likely causing travel disruptions, power outages and impacts to cattle and agriculture throughout the region.
Road conditions throughout Central Texas
Many rural school districts say they have a little more pressure when trying to decide on a late start or closure.
The following school districts have announced delays and closings for Thursday, March 5th
Bad weather brings bad roads and TxDOT is ready.
The Winter Storm Advisory that was issued has now expired. There are some icy conditions and reports of weather related accidents.
Saturday, icy weather hit Austin area roads with a vengeance, creating a nightmare for drivers who couldn't avoid a nasty commute.
Icy conditions are creating challenges for drivers Friday night.
The winter weather has forced school districts throughout Central Texas to postpone or cancel various events.
The National Weather Service in Austin/San Antonio has issued a Winter Weather Advisory for portions of the Edwards Plateau, Hill Country and Central Texas.
A number of school districts across Central Texas have announced delays due to the wintry weather expected Tuesday.
Icy conditions briefly closed part of the SH-45 tollway Monday morning.
Icy conditions briefly closed the SH 45 tollway in Round Rock this morning. Slick spots started developing around 9 a.m. just as the rush-hour was winding down.
A powerful winter storm will impact a large part of Texas late tonight through Monday night.
This week's big warmup has brought up this weather question: are we done with the freezes so we can begin planting the flowers and start the garden?
Since we've had a few minor wintry weather events, Susan of Austin was wondering what the difference between sleet, hail and grapple is.
Several flights out of Austin-Bergstrom International Airport to the New York City area, Boston and Philadelphia have been canceled due to the major snow storm in the Northeast.