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NWS has issued a Winter Storm Warning through Monday, Feb. 15. Travel conditions continue to deteriorate, and the public is urged to stay home if possible. Travel is expected to be impacted through Tuesday, Feb. 16.


DFW International Airport and Dallas Love Field are reporting major cancellations across the board. Travelers are urged to confirm a flight’s status with their airline prior to coming to either airport.

o    DFW International Airport Flight Status

o    Dallas Love Field Flight Status


Motorists are urged to stay off the roads throughout this storm. Road conditions are expected to remain dangerous through Tuesday, Feb. 16.

o    Irving Traffic and Transportation Department’s Streets Division reports city streets are passable but covered in snow. No closures in effect.

o    TxDOT Dallas reports crews are out monitoring roadways and removing accumulation ahead of the next round of storms. Because of extreme frigid temperatures and current accumulations, motorists should expect icy conditions despite treatment efforts.

o    Stranded motorists can call (800) 525-5555 for Texas Roadside Assistance. This information is found on the back of Texas driver’s licenses.

o    Highway express lanes are closed throughout the region to help crews focus on highway main lanes.

o    As conditions continue to deteriorate, TxDOT will focus on keeping one lane of highways cleared for motorists.

o    Monitor current road conditions at the DriveTexas.org websiteas well as the agency’s Twitter and Facebook pages.


DART and the Trinity Railway Express (TRE) have modified their schedules due to the storm.

o    DART will suspend all rail operations beginning 9 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 14, through 11:59 p.m., Wednesday. Feb. 17

o    DART bus routes will operate on a Saturday schedule.

o    The Trinity Railway Express (TRE) announced it will operate a Saturday schedule on Monday, Feb. 15 under its Inclement Weather Schedule.

SOURCE City of Irving