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The ‘White Christmas’ of 2004

by The 100 Companies
The 'White Christmas' of 2004

In 2004, Houston got its first Christmas Eve snow in history, after an arctic front blasted through southeast Texas and brought freezing temperatures with it.

Lows plunged into the mid-20s that evening, mingling with a slight bit of precipitation in the air to bring on the flurries. Christmas Day saw highs in the mid-40s, and the snow was gone, but many Houstonians were lucky enough to snap some photos.

While Houston received little more than a dusting on cars and rooftops, some coastal counties reported up to 12 inches – by far the highest ever recorded, and truly a Christmas wonder.

–  The 100 Companies reports

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