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Where exactly is Caddo parish?
 

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We had light snow/snow pellets for a few hours today. Nothing to get excited about.
 

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Send the snow Houston way. My Grandkids would be thrilled to see snow.
 

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Hasn't snowed here in years. That is all.

The New Year's Eve snow -- in what 2000/2001? -- was the last substantial snow I recall in the area. Indy Bowl was that night. Quite a sight.

I remember several decent snowfalls growing up in the area and susbsequent snow days from school. And one particular snowfall followed by sleet or freezing rain. I remember looking out the window, seeing all that snow, and hurriedly getting ready to go play only to discover it was hard as a rock. So sliding around on the ice replaced snowball fights, etc.
 
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The New Year's Eve snow -- in what 2000/2001? -- was the last substantial snow I recall in the area. Indy Bowl was that night.
Precisely, that was the one. :9:

It's not gonna stick today like it did that night, it's already stopped in fact.
 

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Nothing beats the Christmas Day snow in New Orleans and surrounding parrishes in 2004. I mean, waking up on Christmas day and it's snowing outside! How awesome is that?
 
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Nothing beats the Christmas Day snow in New Orleans and surrounding parrishes in 2004. I mean, waking up on Christmas day and it's snowing outside! How awesome is that?
Yeah, someone posted pics of that recently. It looked so strange seeing Canal covered in snow.
 

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Nothing beats the Christmas Day snow in New Orleans and surrounding parrishes in 2004. I mean, waking up on Christmas day and it's snowing outside! How awesome is that?
I was stuck in La Place for about 6 hours because of that....yeah, I was on my way to the game the next day.
Good times, good times !
 

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its still snowing in Natchez, Mississippi. Woke up my son so that he could see it for the first time.
 

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It's snowing now in Evangeline Parish. The Ville Platte area about 20 miles north of Opelousas.
 

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The New Year's Eve snow -- in what 2000/2001? -- was the last substantial snow I recall in the area. Indy Bowl was that night. Quite a sight.

I remember several decent snowfalls growing up in the area and susbsequent snow days from school. And one particular snowfall followed by sleet or freezing rain. I remember looking out the window, seeing all that snow, and hurriedly getting ready to go play only to discover it was hard as a rock. So sliding around on the ice replaced snowball fights, etc.
The infamous Snow Bowl as they refer to it here (because before this year it was the last time MSU had a winning record). Dec 31, 2000. Mississippi State beat Texas A & M in 43-41 in overtime.
 

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