The area reportedly received the most snowfall it’s seen in more than three decades on Thursday.
Dallas, Texas (WiredPRNews.com) – Record snowfall hit North Texas on Thursday; with some reports stating it was the heaviest the area has seen in over three decades. As reported by WFAA-TV, the heavy snowfall led to a number of trees falling down and power outage reports, which affected thousands of individuals.
Fort Worth arborist Melinda Adams is quoted in the report as stating of the numerous trees toppled by the snow, creating hazardous conditions, “It’s our live oaks that tend to be getting the brunt of it, and any other broadleaf trees like magnolias… These leaves are capturing all that snow and weighing it down.”
The inclement is expected to affect road conditions through the weekend, with the snow expected to begin melting as temperatures change Friday.
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