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Re: weather

They reported that Houston has had a snow fall every year that a hurricane  
has hit Houston as well.  Nobody seems to know why this is, but the  statistics 
show this to be true.  3-5 inches fell on the east side of  Houston and parts 
north toward New Orleans, etc.  Here on the west side it  snowed the largest 
flakes I've seen since Germany, but the ground was still very  warm since 
we've had temps in the 70s, so nothing stuck here.  I had taken  in my blooming 
orchids and a lot of the miniatures, but had left a lot  outside.  Didn't even 
get a chance to cover much....no freeze or frost  damage at all to anything.  I 
haven't noticed any freeze damage anywhere in  the city either.  Many of the 
bridges and overpasses on the freeways had  ice conditions the next morning, 
but by 9 a.m. the sun was out and everything  was melted and gone.  We are back 
in the 70's again, and will even hit 80's  this week.  
Thanks for checking and caring about us!!!
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 12/11/2008 3:22:06 PM Central Standard Time,  
gossiper@sbcglobal.net writes:

heard  about freezing weather in Houston, snow in southern regions  today...
everyone ok?

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