Last Updated, 2/1, 12:20 p.m.
It’s still cold, and it looks like that won’t change anytime soon, which means that you are probably looking at a solid sheet of ice on your street right now.
The National Weather Service said early Wednesday morning that it revised its Ice Storm Warning to include Dallas County, after initially issuing it for North Texas counties to the west of I-35W Tuesday night. Dallas is at risk of accumulating around half an inch of ice between Wednesday afternoon and early Thursday.
Forecasts for North Texas show that temperatures will not climb above freezing until Thursday. Freezing rain and rain is expected to last off and on all day and evening. By Thursday morning, the precipitation will likely switch to rain only, and—good news—the high will reach the mid-30s, and remain above freezing all day. The NWS warned Wednesday morning that the packed ice on the roads would likely last through Thursday.