Parts of North Texas are seeing sleet and snow, but most have had rain on Super Bowl Sunday.
It's been mainly sleet and snow north and west of the Metroplex, with light accumulations. Those affected areas have elevated roads that are slick with temps below freezing.
A band of sleet moved through Denton County before 2 p.m. with moderate to heavy rain also moving into Tarrant County mixed in with a little sleet.
DFW Airport said 280 outbound flights have been canceled on Sunday. TxDOT officials said it was pre-treating bridges and overpasses.
After the last band of precipitation moves through the Metroplex on Sunday afternoon, temps will continue dipping down into the low 30s and upper 20s for the rest of the evening. Some bridges and overpasses could ice over by the afternoon and into tomorrow morning as temperatures fall and stay below freezing.
Dallas, Tarrant, Collin, Rockwall and Denton counties are under a Winter Weather Advisory from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday. Morning precipitation is expected to be rain, with the possibility of turning to sleet or ice as the day goes on.
Grayson, Cooke, Montague, Clay, Jack, Stephens, and Young County are all under a Winter Storm Warning until 9 p.m. this evening.
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