Many of us woke up to icy roads in and around Lubbock Monday.
Ice is being blamed for over 90 car accidents, but Lubbock Police say many of them were minor.
As you can imagine, the day started early for many across town.
TxDOT had their salt trucks out at 5:00 a.m., hitting all the major highways, including the Loop and the Interstate.
The Lubbock Street Department started de-icing major roadways like Slide, Quaker, Indiana and University at 4:00 a.m.
Monday was also the first day back to school for LISD, so administrators were up early, making the decision at 5:30 this morning to have school, but still notifying about 30,000 parents of the bad weather.
"We made a parent notification call this morning because this was an unexpected ice storm, we knew many parents would wake up to ice that they were not anticipating," Nancy Sharp with LISD says.
TxDot says elevated structures, like bridges and overpasses, are the first to freeze and the last to thaw, so be extra careful when driving over those.