Lubbock, Texas–A cold front that has been making its way across the state has brought colder temperatures and even several inches of snow to parts of the Lone Star State on Saturday.
So far, Texas has seen 10 inches of snow in the Lubbock region, causing some impacts to travel in the area.
On Friday, San Antonio and Houston saw minor flash flooding, as rainfall totals in some of those areas reached 3 to 6 inches, with as much as 10 inches recorded in isolated spots.
Around 1,700 were without power in Texas as of Saturday afternoon as crews worked to repair damaged transmission lines. There were 10,195 total flight delays reported, according to FlightAware, and 809 cancellations.
So far, there have been no direct reports of fatalities due to the storm in Texas.