Post Tagged with: "Weather"

Feb. 6, On Thursday, Coppell was hit with snow flurries covering the campus in white. School continued as usual all day. Photo by Sandy Iyer.

Winter weather strikes Coppell

By Jay Carroll Business Staff Thursday morning students woke up to snow on the roads, minor car accidents and students sliding all over the road in their cars as the snow has continued to fall throughout the school day. Many students have been speculating about whether or not there will be early releases or closures for Friday. “Basically what the […]

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Parks not just for kids

By Shannon Wilkinson Staff Writer With the indecisive Texas weather, people are always looking for new things to do. Parks are a great option with our sometimes balmy winter temperatures. Not only is there the newly re-constructed Kid Kountry, but there is the also the Klyde Warren Park in Dallas. This park, named after ten year old Klyde Warren, is […]

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Cooler temperatures give relief to North Texas

By Elizabeth Sims Staff Writer After a summer scorched by triple digit temperatures, this weekend will give us a break. Temperatures are projected to be in the 80s and low 90s continuing into the next week. This should be a welcome sign for those who have after school sports practice. Though this may be warm to some, it is definitely […]

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Winter weather gets harsh in hurry

By Ben Cowlishaw Online Copy Editor December is young, and although it is technically fall until December 21st, winter weather made its way into the area this week with several hard freezes in a row and highs barely making it into the 40s, making it the coldest weather we have seen since Super Bowl week last February. While the unexpected […]

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Fall has finally arrived

By Chase Porter Staff Writer Today, October 18th, has been the coldest day in months and it is expected to stay this way throughout the rest of the week. Throughout this past summer up until now temperatures have been reaching up into the high 90s and even reaching into the 100s. Also, North Texas also managed to once again break […]

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