First Noon Weather Alert Update – CBS Dallas/Fort Worth

FIRST DAY WEATHER ALERT: Roads are wet, weather steady above freezingRoads are wet, but temperatures are usually around or above freezing, so no travel issues.

Updated the first weather alert at noonSome good news! Roads remain above freezing across most of North Texas. Meteorologist Anne Elise Parks with your latest forecast on this first weather alert day.

Everything is clear, but still very cold although in WeatherfordA light drizzle fell and it was very cold in Weatherford.

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First weather alert update at 10:00 a.m.Meteorologist Brittany Rainey with your latest forecast on this first weather alert day.

DAY OF FIRST WEATHER ALERT: Cold rain and sleet continue to move across North TexasCold rain and sleet continue to move across North Texas on Friday.

FIRST DAY WEATHER ALERT: Wind gusts over 40 MPH felt in North TexasWind gusts over 40 mph are being felt in parts of North Texas.

FIRST DAY WEATHER ALERT: Winter precipitation expected in NTX through FridayWinter precipitation is expected in northern Texas throughout Friday.

FIRST DAY WEATHER ALERT: Some sleet moves into County TarrantSmall chunks of sleet are apparently moving into County Tarrant.

FIRST DAY WEATHER ALERT: Road temperatures above freezing in North TexasGood news! Roadside temperatures are currently above zero in North Texas in the middle of winter weather on Friday.

First weather alert update at 6:00 a.m.CBS 11 meteorologist Anne Elise Parks gives you your latest forecast on the day of the first weather alert.

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Winter weather advisory begins at 6:00 a.m. FridayThis will be a first day of weather alert on CBS 11.

‘This is the story God wrote for her’: A North Texas family adopted a baby girl who was abandoned at the fire stationIn January 2020, a baby girl was brought to a Johnson County fire station, left there by her mother under the Baby Moses law.

TSA extends mask warrant another 30 daysThe requirement was due to expire next week.

DeSoto ISD examines campus safety after college classroom fight involving thrown chairs; Classes canceled on FridaySome major changes are being made to DeSoto ISD after students and a substitute teacher were videotaped throwing chairs at each other in a classroom.

Ex-Dallas police officer, father of 2, puts his life on the line to fight for UkraineHe’s a lawyer and former Dallas police officer, forced to join a foreign legion of armed volunteer troops and put his life on the line for a country he has no connection to.

Dallas introduces its first inspector general, who starts work MondayBart Bevers, a former attorney and solicitor general, will investigate complaints of inappropriate behavior by city officials, employees and businesses.

North Texas food truck operators are feeling the pinch of inflationFood truck operators are also feeling the pressure as they face a triple whammy as fuel, food and propane prices soar.

As Gas Prices Rise, Transit Agencies Brace for More PassengersTransit agencies are monitoring ridership, as high gas prices could prompt more people to turn to trains and buses as an alternative to the car.

Eastern Europe Mission launches fundraising campaign to help Ukrainian refugeesThe Eastern Europe Mission based in Hurst raises funds to help Ukrainian refugees.

Democrat Lee Merritt suspends campaign for attorney generalThe Democratic Texas attorney general primary is now set.

Dallas ISD student athlete faces charges after gun dumpsAn ISD Dallas student-athlete was kicked from the team and faces charges tonight after a firearm discharged, striking a team coach in the leg.