WACO - Conditions worsened as the morning progressed in southern Central Texas. Roads, bridges and highways are closed as frigid temperatures and slick roadways plague drivers.
Elevated portions of Interstate 35's were closed along its elevated portions due to ice, however as of 1:20 p.m., bridges had been reopened.
Two accidents snarled traffic on US 190 into the late morning hours. A vehicle rolled over near Fort Hood's main gate, and the second occurred when a UPS truck rolled over.
Killeen, Belton and Temple Police are asking drivers to stay off the roads unless absolutely necessary.
In Hill County, DPS reports a deadly one car rollover at the 368 B Exit ramp on Interstate 35.
A two vehicle accident on Highway 6 on the Falls and Robertson County Line ended with a car upside down in a creek. The driver escaped, but there is no word on any injuries.
There have been numerous accidents in Navarro and Freestone Counties.