Light snow flurries fell across most of North Texas on Friday as the winter weather began to wind down after a week of sub-freezing temperatures.
Freezing fog is possible Saturday morning, but the afternoon will be nicer in the lower 50s. The forecast for Sunday is decent as well as a front moves through.
Very cold rain is expected Monday and Tuesday, with the possibility of more wintry weather.
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Drivers will still need to watch out for small patches of ice mainly on and under overpasses and on neighborhood streets.
Residential roads have been the hardest to navigate because shade prevented the snow from melting in some areas.
Most of the main roads are clear, but Texas Department of Transportation has crews keeping an eye on conditions and on the forecast as a second storm may develop.
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The snow and ice were to blame for more than 600 wrecks across the DFW area on Thursday.
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