WATCH: Greater Houston Wakes Up To Snow And The Ice Impacts Some Major Roadways

Weather experts say light snow started falling just before 4:00 a.m.

The cold weather had some impact on traffic.

Houston Transtar and other sources informed that sections of some major roadways, such as I-45; I-69; I-10; Highway 290 and the 610 Loop, accumulated some ice, although it was cleared during the morning.

The ice caused a traffic accident at the intersection of the Grand Parkway and Highway 290, according to KHOU-11 News.

The Houston area experienced rare snowfall in the early hours of Friday, December 8, 2017, and the winter-like weather caused slick roadways for a busy morning commute.

Weather experts say light snow started falling just before 4:00 a.m., even sticking to the ground in some areas. The snow amounted to 1 to 2 inches in some areas and Bush Intercontinental Airport got about 7 inches.

The last time it snowed in Houston was in December of 2009.

The weather impacted the early-hours operations of some school districts.

“We’re experiencing delays with bus transportation due to weather, traffic, and staffing,” said the Houston Independent School District (ISD) in a statement.

As for other ISDs from greater Houston, Aldine, CyFair, Fort Bend, Katy, Klein and Pearland said they would also be operating under a normal schedule.

EDITOR’S NOTE: The original headline on this post referenced school closings. There are no school closings, only some delays.