Houston Transtar and other Houston-area officials are keeping a close eye out for icy roads as we deal with ongoing freezing conditions across Southeast Texas
If you must drive, continue to be very careful — especially on bridges and overpasses.
Below is a list of roadways with ice as reported by Houston Transtar. Refresh to get the latest entries.
The biggest threat for this winter storm is expected Sunday into Monday with ice, sleet and possibly even snow.
In Southeast Texas, the temperatures are forecast to be in the single digits — the lowest we've seen in decades.
The National Weather Service urges exercising caution while driving, as icy roadways are hard to spot during the day and are near impossible to see at night.
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“Monitor the magic number. If it goes below 32, stay home,” said Richard Standifer, a public information officer with the Texas Department of Public Safety.
But if you’re on the road, DPS says the first thing you should do is drive slow and keep your distance. At least five car lengths of space. If you hit a patch of ice or black ice, don’t panic. Don't hit the breaks. Once you get past the ice, your vehicle will regain traction.
If you find yourself in an accident, call for help and stay in your vehicle.