DALLAS (AP) — Some areas of North Texas saw up to 2 inches of sleet and snow from a storm that brought up to 10 inches of snow across parts of West Texas.
National Weather Service meteorologist Steve Fano said there was a light accumulation of sleet in parts of the Dallas-Fort Worth area on Sunday afternoon.
A Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport spokesman said that about 285 departures were canceled Sunday, about 31 percent of the day's schedule. The airport said that on Sunday afternoon all runways and taxiways remained open and operational as the light amounts of freezing rain passed through. The airport had pretreated the airfield with de-icing materials.
The snow fell across parts of West Texas from Saturday night into Sunday morning.