Rare Texas Christmas Day snow

By: DeltaPride , 4:34 PM GMT on December 26, 2012

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A much anticipated cold air system brought beautiful, but RARE snow on Christmas Day 2012 to Texas.

I am just glad I was able to stay at home and look out the window from my WARM living room and ENJOY!











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2. DeltaPride
5:37 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
Hello ycd0108...Thanks for stopping in....

What was rare about this is, we hardly ever have snow around Christmas...If we get snow, it's more of a January or February event..so to get this on Christmas Day, it was rare to say it was a White Christmas..(in Texas anyway!)
AND we have been in drought conditions for awhile, so the melt will be beneficial!
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1. ycd0108
5:12 PM GMT on December 26, 2012
Good morning DeltaPride:
It's good to see someone enjoying the snow. Around here it is not so much of a novelty but I can imagine how I'd feel if it was a rare event. In fact yesterday I found myself staring out at the falling snow. The "Waterfall Effect" makes you seem to drift upward as the flakes fall.
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