They said this severe winter weather led the state to activate military resources to help out.
"The governor does urge all Texans that are going to be in the storm path to really heed the warnings of all your local officials," said Havens, " Stay inside, conditions are getting worse by the minute. So stay safe out there."
In Amarillo they saw four times as much snow as Lubbock did, with parts seeing close to 16 inches.
The Texas military forces' will bring in 23 personnel and nine high profiled vehicles to assist stranded motorist.
"We will be there to help out anytime we can," said Havens.
The governors office said they'll be assisting this area as long as they are needed.
Dianah Ascencio with TXDot said road conditions aren't going to be getting better.
She said they are actually going to get worse over Monday night and into Tuesday morning.
"The slick spots and the black ice all of that snow is going to turn into ice over night," said Ascencio, "So, definitely some dangerous situations out there."
She said having the Texas National Guard help out is a major help for them as well.
"Its a tremendous help to have additional resources to help out our guys and to help out the citizens who were impacted by this blizzard," said Ascencio.