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Old 12-23-2007, 08:06 PM   #21
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weather has been really nice here lately,
earlier this year we got over a foot of snow!!!! 13 inches!
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weather has been really nice here lately,
earlier this year we got over a foot of snow!!!! 13 inches!
How often do you normally get snow there?
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actually never. when i lived in dallas we'd get what they called fluries, but they were VERY light and it would not stick or get any accumilation..... i think the northern pan handle might get some, never been up there much....

but here in houston i think we have fluries once every 5-10 years!!! it drops below freezing only a few days out of the winter... doesn't get below 40 much....

im from ky, and i miss seeing the snow... but i can ride my motorcycle pretty much year round.
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when i was stationed in abilene, texas...we got like 2-3 inches on valentines day
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