Texans share pictures of snowfall on social media 


Texans share pictures of snowfall on social media 

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Picture via Big Bend National Park Twitter.

Let it snow, let is snow, let it please happen here, too. 

The holiday season isn’t a time for jealousy, but can you help but turn a little Grinch-green when you hear that other Texas cities have already been dusted with snow? 

Lubbock got the first few flakes earlier this week, but the San Antonio Express-News reports that both Eagle Pass and Bracketville woke up to snowfall Thursday. Social media users have also shared pictures of a snowy El Paso and Alpine.

Austin’s Wednesday forecast did include a chance of snow, but that was yesterday and we remain very snowless. 

Check out what you’re missing (or have never experienced, ever) below:

#firstsnow #elpaso #elpasosnow #babyitscoldoutside❄️ #hotchocolate☕❄️ #brr

A post shared by Theresa Omohundro🌻 (@theresaomohundro) on

Catching snowflakes ❄️ like a pro 🤣#firstsnowfall

A post shared by Sylvia McDonald (@sylvmcdo) on

historic day in Ep,texas y’all! ⛄️❄️ #letitsnow #Ep #texas

A post shared by Anitza Rodriguez (@anitzardz) on

For our part of Texas this is a lot of snow. #ksatwx #snow

A post shared by Wade Middleton (@wade_middleton) on

Beautiful pics that my father in law sent from the ranch this morning! #texassnow #ranchlife #huntingseason2017

A post shared by Shelly Fults (@shellyrandf) on

Maybe it’s more ground than you’d normally see in snow pictures, but for Texas, we welcome the blizzard.

Keep up-to-date with your Austin weather (and your Austin chance-at-snow) here, and stay warm out there!

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