While most North Texans were saved snowy precipitation Friday, it was as yet a hopeless day to be outside.
Ask the soccer fans who went out Friday evening to watch Arlington High School at Bowie High School.
Wind blasts were during the 20s, as were the breeze chills.
Many school areas dropped soccer matches Friday, yet Arlington ISD just moved its games up.
While the metroplex saw no ice or snow, it was still freezing.
Many school areas like Dallas ISD and Mesquite ISD counteracted open-air insurance sports.
Arlington ISD climbed the ideal opportunity for its outside occasions to keep away from the most exceedingly awful of the virus.
"So difficult to be there, yet I love my child," said parent Itzel Orzco. "So I come in with a ton of affection."
It was senior night for Bowie High School. The group played against Arlington High School at 4:30 p.m. It was initially planned for 7:30 p.m.
Regardless of the previous beginning time, wind chills at 4:30 p.m. were during the 20s.
Guardians and fans overcame the cold to help their groups.
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