Snow and sleet fell overnight Sunday, accumulating across North Texas as the winter weather has just begun.
And so far, it's made for some great images of frozen fountains and snow-covered scenes.
While amounts were not high, it has been enough to leave roads covered. Officials are warning about poor conditions on all roads, both highways and residential streets, urging people to stay home if possible.
And this is only the beginning, with heavier snow and higher accumulations expected later Sunday into Sunday night.
Take a look at the photos people have snapped so far below:
Photos: Wintry weather across North Texas
A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for all of North Texas. All 254 counties in Texas are under some type of warning, watch or advisory.
The warning means heavy snow, ice, sleet, blowing snow or a combination of these is possible for your area. Travel will become difficult or impossible in some situations. You should delay your travel plans until conditions improve.
By the time Monday rolls around, around 4 to 10 inches of snow will potentially have fallen across North Texas.
This snow will stick, so widespread hazardous travel is very likely starting Sunday. Those hazardous travel conditions will likely linger for most of next week
Widespread snow is likely from Sunday afternoon to evening, some of which will be heavy at times.
If you have to travel at all Sunday, use extreme caution and go slowly. Roads are slick and will continue to be slick throughout the day. TXDOT Fort Worth is cautioning drivers about ice accumulations as well.