DALLAS (AP) — A wintry mix of snow and sleet continues to batter a broad stretch of West Texas as other parts of the state see rainfall that's expected to last into the weekend.
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning as forecasts call for four to six inches of snow to fall Friday in far West Texas. Snow will mix with sleet in other regions. Amarillo and Lubbock are expected to see a high of 30 on Friday.
The Texas Department of Transportation is warning motorists of icy road conditions in Abilene and other areas.
Rain in North Texas didn't appear to significantly affect flights at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, where relatively few cancellations were reported a day after American Airlines canceled nearly 300 flights due to the storm.