While it was possible to see a few sleet pellets Wednesday, temperatures will stay well above freezing.
While it was possible to see a few sleet pellets Wednesday, temperatures will stay well above freezing. David Kent dkent@star-telegram.com
While it was possible to see a few sleet pellets Wednesday, temperatures will stay well above freezing. David Kent dkent@star-telegram.com

It’s cold in DFW all right, but about that wintry mix

December 06, 2017 10:07 AM

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