Epidemics / Pandemics
Winters are typically mild within the City of Grapevine. Winter weather is not very common, but the threat from freezing rain, ice, sleet, snow, and cold temperatures does exist. Winter storms can range from moderate freezing rain and snowfall over a few hours to a storm with wind-driven snow that could last up to a few days. Extreme cold often accompanies winter weather and occurs whenever high temperatures drop significantly below normal. For the City of Grapevine, extreme cold can be considered temperatures below freezing (32 °F).
Winter weather events in North Central Texas may cause car accidents, transportation problems, hypothermia, and carbon monoxide poisoning from faulty heating units. In the City of Grapevine, a heavily populated area, winter weather events may cause power outages and communication failures due to overhead lines being weighted down by accumulated ice.
Grapevine City Hall
200 S. Main St.
Grapevine, TX 76051