Most of North Texas will be under a winter weather advisory beginning at midnight as snow makes its way toward the area on Wednesday morning.
An upper level low (cold air) is projected to go over North Texas early Wednesday, which would create conditions for a couple of hours of heavy, wet snow to accumulate.
An estimated one to three inches could fall in North Texas, with two to four inches east of Dallas.
The snow is expected to stop by noon on Wednesday and skies will then clear quickly on Wednesday afternoon with temperatures into the 40s.
We turn brisk and chilly (40s) behind another cold front Thursday, then colder Friday.
GoodDay will be on at 4 a.m. to keep people updated with the latest information.
A handful of districts said they would open late Wednesday, but the vast majority indicated they would make their decisions about holding class early Wednesday.
For a complete list of Wednesday closings and delays, visit http://bit.ly/1BCId78.
DFW Airport had about 150 cancelled flights Tuesday because of the icy conditions, with only a handful of cancellations at Dallas Love Field.
American Airlines has already cancelled about 170 flights for Wednesday due to expected winter weather during the morning.
To check your flight status, visit www.dfwairport.com/flights or www.dallas-lovefield.com.
DART rail and bus service operated on a normal schedule on Tuesday. The T in Fort Worth and Trinity Railway Express were also on a normal schedule. All warned riders to be prepared for slight delays.
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