When most people think about Texas, they don’t think about cold temperatures and snowfall. While we know that snow can come down anywhere, most people think about Texas and the extreme heat during the summer months and the humidity that often accompanies that brutal heat in the summertime. It was just a few years ago now that Snowpocalypse hit Texas leaving lots of people without power, but that is not the only time Texas has seen snow.  

The weather is so unpredictable, even when our phones are telling us that the weather looks beautiful, things can change so quickly. It is always good to be prepared for the weather to change quickly. Having lived in colder areas of the country before, I love the warm weather that Texas brings, but when Texas does see snow, it makes things very difficult as drivers are not used to the very slippery road surface.  

Texas Has Seen Big Snowfall in the Past 

While most people don’t think about Texas having lots of snow it does happen from time to time. And we are talking about enough snow to make plenty of snowmen and have a snowball fight with friends and neighbors. 

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Let’s Look at Some of the Biggest Snowfalls Recorded in Texas 

Here is a look at some of the biggest one-day snow fall totals from here in Texas, including when and where the snow was falling. And we will look at the total number of inches that was recorded during those snowstorms.  

LOOK: Biggest Snowfalls Recorded in Texas History

Stacker compiled a list of the biggest 1-day snowfalls in Texas using data from the National Centers for Environmental Information.

Gallery Credit: Stacker

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Delicious things to give your pals that are missing out on Texas staples.

Gallery Credit: Chrissy