Remember February 15, 2021? We dubbed it Snowmageddon, could that be what's coming this weekend? 

Snowmageddon 2021 - Arkansas Blvd - JimWeaver
Snowmageddon 2021 - Arkansas Blvd - JimWeaver
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The weekend forecast is cold with a possibility of a wintery mix Sunday night and again Monday, but if you've been here in Texarkana a while then you should remember 3 years ago when on February 15, 2021, we got the snowstorm here in Texarkana like we hadn't seen in decades. When I got to the radio station that morning, which was amazing all by itself, it was 1 degree.

Stupid Cold

I snapped the picture below with my phone as soon as I got to work, simply because I remembered that my dash had the outside temp on it. We like to call it "Stupid-Cold," and that it was. The snow began falling on February 15 and by the next day we had 18-22" officially of the fluffy white stuff and we bottomed out at -1F. If you live in Minnesota that's nothing, but down here, that's SnowMageddon.

Snowmageddon 2021 - 1 degree - JimWeaver
Snowmageddon 2021 - 1 degree - JimWeaver
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Out in front of the radio stations on Arkansas Blvd... where is everyone?

Snowmageddon 2021 - Townsquare front door view - JimWeaver
Snowmageddon 2021 - Townsquare front door view - JimWeaver
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This next pic I took after being at work for about an hour, the snow was still coming down very heavy and already looked like my truck had been parked there most of the night.

Snowmageddon 2021 - KKYR Parking Lot - JimWeaver
Snowmageddon 2021 - KKYR Parking Lot - JimWeaver
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On the way home from work I videoed a few things with my phone, this one made me chuckle.

Trying to get back home after that first day of work of SnowMageddon 2021 was a challenge.

Snowmageddon 2021 - Getting onto the I-30 feeder from Jefferson - JimWeaver
Snowmageddon 2021 - Getting onto the I-30 feeder from Jefferson - JimWeaver
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Knock on wood, no pipes broke at my house during this event. The snow stuck around most of the week and did some severe damage to plants and shrubs, but I consider myself very lucky. It was by far the most snow I've ever experienced growing up in Texas.

Here are a few more pics from Day 1 of SnowMageddon 2021:

Snowmageddon 2021 - Moores Lane 2 - JimWeaver
Snowmageddon 2021 - Moores Lane 2 - JimWeaver
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Snowmageddon 2021 - Summerhill exit off I-30 - JimWeaver
Snowmageddon 2021 - Summerhill exit off I-30 - JimWeaver
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A few days later as the melt began:

Snowmageddon 2021 - the melt a few days later 2 - JimWeaver
Snowmageddon 2021 - the melt a few days later 2 - JimWeaver
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Snowmageddon 2021 - the melt a few days later - JimWeaver
Snowmageddon 2021 - the melt a few days later - JimWeaver
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Are You Prepared? You better get that way.

Click here for how to protect your pipes.

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