Here are several recent updates on how this week's winter storm is affecting entities across the Greater Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Temperatures to remain below freezing as extended power outages continue in North Texas

The National Weather Service is expecting the winter weather advisory to end by 8 p.m. Feb. 17 with mostly sunny and dry conditions for the weekend and into next week.

Collin County city officials urge residents to conserve water

Due to increased water demand, city officials in McKinney, Plano and Richardson are asking residents to reduce their water usage as much as possible.

Tarrant County, city offices, services affected by severe weather

Tarrant County announced that county offices will remain closed through Feb. 19. City offices in Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake remain closed as of Feb. 17.

Grapevine, Colleyville, Southlake open temporary warming centers

The cities of Grapevine, Colleyville and Southlake have opened warming shelters in response to statewide power outages due to a winter storm.

Grapevine-Colleyville ISD cancels classes, services through Feb. 19

Grapevine-Colleyville ISD announced Feb. 16 that the district would cancel in-person and remote classes, activities and practices for the rest of the week.

Keller officials address electricity, water failures caused by weather

What the city of Keller expected to be a serious snowstorm turned into a statewide disaster that impacted every part of the city’s infrastructure, according to City Manager Mark Hafner.

Keller ISD, Northwest ISD cancel classes through Feb. 19 due to severe weather

Northwest ISD and Keller ISD announced Feb. 16 that all schools and offices in both districts will remain closed through Feb. 19 and that classes are canceled for in-person and remote learners.

Updated: Four warming stations open in Plano for those affected by winter weather

Four warming stations have opened for temporary shelter in the city of Plano as dangerous weather and power outages have continued.

Kira Lovell, Liesbeth Powers, Miranda Jaimes and Sandra Sadek contributed to this report.