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How Long Will the Snow Stick This Time?

By December 3, 2009

It seems like all the weather types in town and nationally think that it's not a matter of IF it will snow here in San Antonio tomorrow, but how much and the ultimate question around here-- will it stick?

See, it has snowed a few times here in the Alamo City, but it rarely if ever sticks to the ground. You might see some accumulation on cars because the metal is super cold. But the ground? Not so much.

With predictions anywhere from 1/2 to a full inch of snow tomorrow, how much (if any) will stick? I am hoping for all of it-- what's the use of dealing with cold weather and rainy conditions if the snow doesn't stick so you can have snowball fights? That's my take, at least. What is yours?

Comments

December 3, 2009 at 9:06 pm
(1) Zachary Miller says:

Ya man its supposed to snow up here in dallas to. Go to weather.com and see how cold it is supposed to be if it is below 32 degrees fahrenheit then your good it will stick to the ground. And yes here in texas the humidity is good so you can roll up the snow and have snowball fights. Have Fun!!!

December 4, 2009 at 2:25 am
(2) darcy says:

im so excited! i just moved here from florida on halloween. it would be awesome if it stuck, but i would be thankful for any snow. :)

January 5, 2010 at 4:11 pm
(3) Katie says:

Heey Peaople Im Katie. Im from Huddersfield Here Its is Horribly Cold and very slippy On some main roads. I don’t know if it is very true but here in England Its has not stopped snowing Such as Tuesday morning The snow started at about 5 ‘Oclock in the morning And did not stop till wednesday morning. soo people around this area are saying it is the start of a new iceage. Even people in shops near by.it doasnt sound that real. but it could be you never know. Also schools are closed becouse of teachers carnt get in the there schools.

Thankyou .x

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