DALLAS (AP) - Texas dealt with its second winter storm in as many weeks as scores of flights were canceled and snow fell as far south as Austin and San Antonio.
A layer of white dusted the Texas Capitol on Tuesday. Austin police reported a marked increase in traffic accidents as overpasses began to accumulate slush and get slippery.
The National Weather Service says snow by Tuesday afternoon was recorded in Abilene, Arlington, Corsicana, Fort Worth, Gatesville, Hillsboro, San Angelo, Tyler and Waco.
American Airlines spokesman Tim Wagner says more than 100 flights were canceled Tuesday at its main hub, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
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