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Overnight Flurries Cause Delayed Start To Amarillo Schools
Residents in the Texas Panhandle woke up to a blanket of snow to begin their day.
Across the Panhandle, cities such as Borger, Vega, and Dalhart all received between 1.5 to 3 inches of snow early Wednesday. Amarillo received 1.7 inches and 2.5 inches in the southwest areas.
Slick roads caused all Amarillo schools to remain closed until 10 a.m. today. Amarillo Police Department reported its officers worked 17 accidents last night and this morning. No major accidents have occurred.
According to Amarillo’s CBS affiliate KFDA weather tracker, temperatures are expected to remain below 40 degrees for the remainder of the day before warming up to 56 degrees by Thursday. Temperatures should continue to rise going into the weekend, reaching highs of 68 by Sunday.