Texas is known for being hot, really hot. But now, it is snowing over there. Yes, Corpus Christi was covered in white for the first time in 13 years, almost 3 months day for day after being struck by Hurricane Harvey. After 8 years of rest, 1 – 1.5 inches of snow were measured at Houston-Galveston NWS office. Meanwhile, snow is also falling in northern Mexico.
A winter storm has delivered a rare blanket of snow in places like Houston, San Antonio and Corpus Christi. pic.twitter.com/pBd81bGNqJ
— CBS News (@CBSNews) 8 décembre 2017
Here some pictures of the anomalous snowfall in Corpus Christi, Texas:
Here some pictures of the first snow in 8 years in Houston:
To all those people who said it wouldn’t snow in Houston pic.twitter.com/Fv5Jm6QMH8
— Lenn (@mslovelylenn) 8 décembre 2017
It’s official! Snow is falling in downtown Houston!
Send us your videos and pictures! Let us know where you are!
MORE –> https://t.co/OoKCLBmF9o pic.twitter.com/FYh8e2i8Cn
— KPRC 2 Houston (@KPRC2) 8 décembre 2017
Here some pictures of the first snow of the year in northern Mexico:
If you are travelling in areas where Winter Storm Warning is in effect, keep an extra flashlight, food and water in your vehicle in case of an emergency. You might be getting stuck! Take care!
In the video you see that the snow is dry. It looks like compressed foam.
This strange snow does not wet our hands. It’s a very rare snow.
Breaking News Lots of Snow in Texas tonight 12-7-17