Up to 8 inches of snow possible as far south as Waco, Texas

Temperatures 20 to 30 degrees below normal in western Texas (because of global warming, I presume).

Projected snowfall areas for 10 Jan 2021

Widespread snowfall of 3 to 6 inches is expected from Albuquerque, New Mexico, to Monroe, Louisiana.
Higher accumulations are forecast between Roswell, New Mexico, through Waco, Texas, where up to 8 inches (20 cm) of snow is possible. Snow totals in the higher elevations of New Mexico could reach close to a foot (30 cm).

“Accumulations of snow will range from several inches over the eastern plains to near 10 inches atop the Sangre de Cristo Mountains,” the National Weather Service office in Albuquerque says.

Even northern Louisiana is expected to see some snow showers. Shreveport is forecast to pick up 2 inches through Monday.

This weekend, high temperatures will be at least 10 degrees below average across New Mexico, Texas and Louisiana. On Sunday, the western half of Texas will be looking at temperatures 20 to 30 degrees below normal.


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15 thoughts on “Up to 8 inches of snow possible as far south as Waco, Texas”

  1. Gee, Robert! I thought you moved to Texas to get rid of shoveling snow! Looks like it is following you!
    Overall, I think you made the right decision to move south.

  2. Sylvester and Tweety [they’re all just playin’ about]
    ht tps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFoJkRJ_wAw&feature=youtu.be

    ht tps://twitter.com/JoeBiden/status/1348004115121647622
    Joe Biden
    Our president is not above the law.
    Justice serves the people — it doesn’t protect the powerful.
    1:30 PM · Jan 9, 2021


  3. I live in Temple, 35 miles south of Waco. We might see up to six inches of snow. That would be the most since about the mid 1970s.

  4. AGW,alongside vaccination and the great reset is not going to work how they wanted it to be. There is going to be massive protests about this and joe biden will be forced to resign sooner or later as bill gates is either assassinated or put into exile.

  5. Major snow in Texas AGAIN, except right on the Gulf of Mexico. I don’t remember this consistent Texas snow except the past few years, and not as widespread events as this year. Yet people say this is a mild winter. That’s not possible. In the same breath, they also say mild was 20 below at night! (Northern state).

  6. It should also be pointed out that this widespread snow event is happening in the heat of the day weeks after the solstice! We’re not that far from Groundhog Day, February 2nd, traditional possible spring, and this is TEXAS!!!


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