I remembered that when I was there in the late 80s and early 90s. But, the pictures you shot showed me that it snowed quite a lot, breaking the more than a century snowfall record. I really want to trade you for that.
Currently, it's summer like in Bangkok ( upper 90F during the day ), so hot and humid.. yak... I stay inside a/c room mostly. The construction workers were hit hard by heat stroke recently; there's no other choice for them. This year, summer will be aweful around the globe. Just like what happened in Brazil and Australia.
Enjoy the cold weather while it last. I still prefer the cooler climate. Take care Joe..
North Texas is not noted for its big snowfalls.
Dallas weather records go back for 111 years.
They got a record breaking 12.5 inches of show on Feb 11.
I live 50 miles from Dallas and got 8.5 inches of snow.
Here is a photo from my front porch on the morning of Feb 12:
I cropped out the ornamental windmill for this next photo.
The windmill stands 8 feet tall:
Since our temperature was around 32 degrees and started to climb, the snow didn't last long.
As of today, only a trace remains.