The winter storm that arrived in North Texas last week is passing, but local school districts decided to remain closed on Feb. 3.

Officials plan for school doors to be open once again Feb. 6 with temperatures expected to get into the 60s over the weekend.

Here's a look at Lewisville, Argyle and Coppell ISD's winter storm response for Feb. 3 and beyond:

Lewisville ISD

The district announced late on Feb. 2 that, while campuses would remain closed during the day Feb. 3, extracurricular activities could proceed as usual during the evening.

"With roads expected to be clear in the afternoon, high school after-school events will still occur as scheduled," district officials said in a release. "Most middle school after-school activities are canceled, with a few exceptions. Coaches, directors and sponsors will communicate with their students about practices and other scheduling."

The district will be communicating with parents and students in the coming days about making up the missed days from last week.

Argyle ISD

Students and faculty will return to Argyle campuses Feb. 6, but the district decided to remain closed for the entirety of Feb. 3.

"After evaluating our campus entrances, parking lots, sidewalks and surrounding roadways [Feb. 2], we determined conditions are not safe to reopen our schools," district officials said in a release.

Coppell ISD

Extracurricular activities might not be impacted for Feb. 3, Coppell ISD officials said.

Students and parents should reach out to their specific campus to see which activities will continue as scheduled. The issue of makeup school days will be communicated soon, officials added.

"The district is assessing how the days missed this week will be made up, which could include the use of bad weather days or by using extra instructional minutes already built into the district's calendar," district officials said in a release.