Top video: Power flash from a transformer in south Austin, knocking out power in the 78745 zip code. Courtesy of Abigail Slider
AUSTIN (KXAN) — Central Texas will remain under a Winter Storm Warning until Thursday morning due to a significant ice threat.
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Ice can be seen accumulating on trees and roadways, making for dangerous travel conditions.
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Tree limbs snapping in Oak Hill on Wednesday (KXAN viewer video)
Tree branches snapping in Manor on Wednesday (KXAN viewer video)
Trees breaking in south Austin on Wednesday (Courtesy: Elizabeth Kreutz)
Transformer explosion in the North Shoal Creek neighborhood on Wednesday (Courtesy: Michael Gully-Santiago)
Power flash in the Great Hills Trail area in Austin on Wednesday (Courtesy: Avonlea Bryant-Comstock)
Weather conditions in downtown Dallas on Tuesday (Courtesy: Dr. Joseph Vega)
Rain falling in Burnet, Texas on Tuesday (KXAN viewer video)
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