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jnunez918
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Location: Austin, TX

Snow!

Yes, its snowing in Austin, TX!!! Turning a little mushy on the ground. Thank goodness I already covered my garden and flower bed last night. :lol:
Jennifer
Austin, TX Zone 8b

plainsman50
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Location: Northwest Texas

Wow! I lived in Hays County for five years and I don't think I ever saw snow in February. Four inches of the white stuff here is very welcome, since it is our first measurable precipitation since Christmas.
USDA Zone 7, AHS Heat Zone 8/9, Sunset Zone 10, Altitude 3,035', Average Annual Rainfall 20", Ecoregion Llano Estacado

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GardenRN
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Location: Chesterfield, Va

We had a good heavy snow here on saturday. But it didn't stay long enough to leave more than a dusting. GOOD. It's fun and all, but don't get me all the way to the midpoint of february in the 50's and 60's and then try to throw snow at me. That's just not right. I've been dreaming of an early spring for months now.
Jeff

USDA Zone 7a, Sunset Zone 32.

Failure is only a fact when you give up.

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Richard L.
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Location: San Antonio Texas

I live a few miles outside of San Antonio and to our surprise we had 10 minutes of sleet.

rkunsaw
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Location: Clarksville,Arkansas

Woke up to white ground this morning,our first snow of the winter.I think we got close to two inches.
I started with nothing and still have most of it!!!

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jal_ut
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Location: Northern Utah Zone 5

One inch of fresh snow here this morning. We haven't really had much snow this winter.
Gardening at 5000 feet elevation, zone 4/5 Northern Utah, Frost free from May 25 to September 8 +/-

ruggr10
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Location: Brunswick, Maine

Hasn't really snowed here on the coast of maine much at all this winter. We've had a bunch of 45 degree days! Of course it was 5 degrees last night when i went to bed!

Did your whole area shut down like I see every time it looks like it may snow in DC or Atlanta?

GardenGnome
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Location: paradise,ca

We got snow where I am also.
Gilson (Giles) Zone 7b

Black River
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Location: NE Arkansas

We had about 1-2 inches Monday, all melted off on Tuesday. Highs are expected around 60 today....most of the extended forecasts are calling for springlike days from here on out.....glad i got some seedlings started already! :wink:

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