Houston has earliest snowfall - ever
First the snow, now the chill. A steady snowfall, the earliest in Houston's history, continues this afternoon after flakes began falling shortly after dawn this morning. Meanwhile, temperatures have fallen throughout the day and as of 1 p.m. were sitting at 33 degrees at Bush Intercontinental Airport. Factor in the wind and it felt like 24 degrees.
A freeze warning has been issued for more than 20 Texas counties, including the coastal counties of Chambers, Galveston, Brazoria, Matagorda and Jackson, extending northward through Harris, Montgomery, Fort Bend, Wharton and Liberty counties, then stretching as far northwest as the cities of Bryan and College Station and as far northeast as Trinity and Polk counties.
There's a nearly 100 percent chance of precipitation this afternoon, and that almost certainly will be snow because of the air temperature.
#1 Dec 5, 2009
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