The past couple of days have been quite cold for around North Texas. We will have been under freezing for over 36 hours in the morning. Yeah, yeah, I know, no big deal to the Midwest and other locales, but we certainly don’t see that kind of extended cold very often. That also means we don’t see frozen bodies of water with much regularity. Much to my surprise, during my morning walk today, I noticed the creek that runs through the park in my neighborhood had a thin sheet of ice over it. You know it’s gotten cold when a moving body of water forms even a thin sheet of ice. Luckily, we should break above freezing tomorrow and be back in the 60s by the weekend. Texas weather is awesome.