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Grayson County prepares for weekend winter storm

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GRAYSON COUNTY -- So far, It isn't looking like the winter storm this weekend will be anything like the ice storm we experienced in December.

Still, the Grayson County Office of Emergency Management says it isn't taking any chances.

Today, OEM director Sarah Somers met, by phone, with state agencies and the National Weather Service to make sure they're all on the same page in case the weather takes a turn for the worse.

"Texas weather can change can really get to us sometimes that's why it's so important for your viewers to pay attention to forecasts all during the day as we come up on this winter storm," Somers said.

The OEM is encouraging people to prepare today and tomorrow by stocking up on necessities.

TxDOT says it has crews ready and will be monitoring the storm in case it needs to activate maintenance crews.