This Winter weather we are facing has been challenging in so many ways so we wanted to provide you with all the resources you need to take care of your family!
Fort Worth ISD Meals to go has been put on hold until next week. If you have a family in your neighborhood that uses this service and some extra food share the love!
If the power outages have you feeding your family just non perishable foods, check out MoreMamma.com pantry only recipes!
Atmos Energy is asking us to conserve natural gas for the next few days…
Demand for natural gas continues to be at unprecedented levels. We appreciate your conservation efforts during this historic winter storm, which will continue with record low temperatures & additional snowfall overnight. Please continue to conserve energy https://t.co/ZgXOCJrs77 pic.twitter.com/aWqEjktMnL
— atmosenergy (@atmosenergy) February 16, 2021
Brad Barton from our sister station WBAP will keep you updated on the weather conditions
#txwx #DFWX This single winter storm complex has resulted in Winter Storm Warnings in 16 states from New Mexico to Pennsylvania, with Wind Chill warnings in 11 northern and midwestern states. Dangerous weather. Live coverage on WBAP 820 this morning pic.twitter.com/Vco8sitwFP
— Brad Barton (@BradBartonDFW) February 14, 2021
The Public Utilities Commission & ERCOT are keeping us updated on electricity usage. They are asking all Texans to set their thermostats to 68, keep the blinds closed to keep the heat in and to avoid using large appliances during peak hours.
— ERCOT (@ERCOT_ISO) February 14, 2021
The SPCA has tips on keeping your pets safe:
SPCA of Texas Advises North Texans About Cold Weather Safety for Pets https://t.co/bQU44foM4o
— NBC DFW (@NBCDFW) February 12, 2021
TxDOT is providing up to date road conditions
Winter weather creates unpredictable and dangerous driving conditions. We strongly advise you to stay off the roads. But if you must drive please use extreme caution, stay alert and check the latest road conditions at https://t.co/lqEHtsNc0v pic.twitter.com/mYK2SSrjOy
— TxDOT (@TxDOT) February 11, 2021