ANSWERS: 7
  • Sometimes it snows here in Texas.
    • Linda Joy
      Where in Texas? I was in ElPaso and it actually did snow there that year.
    • Shaky_1991
      Plano. It's in the DFW metroplex.
    • Linda Joy
      My sister moved from El Paso to Killeen. She passed away a couple years back. Her son (my nephew) passed in a black hawk helicopter crash several years ago.
  • No, we don't get a lot of snow south of Birmingham, but sometimes it happens. It happens more often north of Birmingham. It seldom sticks so its not cost effective to keep snow removal equipment. They just close down the roads. I like it one week before Christmas then it needs to be gone by New Years so drunks don't hurt themselves.
  • I live in the middle of nowhere and it snows here sometimes, but mostly it just gets very cold. This morning it was -2 degrees Fahrenheit (-19 degrees in the rest of the world). Usually in January, we get a week or two when the highs are in the negative single digits (Fahrenheit, think in Celsius, highs around -20 or -21). Brr.
  • We get a decent amount of snow where I’m at. I like it most of the time. It’s pretty. As long as the roads aren’t too bad. There’s been a huge influx of people from Southern California moving here, and they just can’t drive in it very well. The most I’ve seen here was 33 inches overnight, and everything shut down for days
    • DancesWithWolves
      Wow I'm from Pennsylvania and their forecasting for like 2-4 inches on Wednesday and another 1-3 inches Thursday night
  • Sometimes here in Phila. PA we get snow includes snowstorms.
  • Thankfully we don't get as much as some places. I hate it.
  • We get snow once in a while DWW, I don't mind it when if first comes down, but I don't like the slush it turns into, or black ice. We've had snow over here already, just not in my area, yet I can drive 10 miles and there is snow on the ground.
    • DancesWithWolves
      Thanks for sharing your comment about snow, I don't mind it as long as we have no power failure cause that happened on Feb 5, 2010
    • Creamcrackered
      Yep, don't want to be stuck without power in those temperatures.

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