Feb 11, 2010 snowstorm report

Snowfall during the "epic" Feb 11, 2010 snowstorm was indeed impressive (see map below).

Additional reports:

Soper: (Choctaw Co.) 4.5"

Fittstown: (Pontotoc Co.) 6"

Tigertown: (Lamar Co.) 8"

Lake Kiowa: (Cooke CO.) 8"

Pottsboro (Grayson Co): 8"

DFW airport: 12.5" (all time record for DFW for any 24-hour period)

5 miles north of Denton: 12"

Texas Motor Speedway: 12"

 

 

This is the 4th 6"+ snowfall impacting a significant portion of Texoma in the past two years:

March 4, 2008: 6-9" snow over north Texas/SE OK

March 6, 2008: 6-9" snow over north Texas/SE OK

Dec 24, 2009: Christmas Eve Blizzard, 2-7" across S. OK and north Texas

Feb 11, 2009: Widespread 6-8" snows throughout Texoma.

Wow!

Take Care,

Steve LaNore

Chief Meteorologist

KXII-TV

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  • by Steve LaNore Location: KXII-TV on Feb 13, 2010 at 02:44 PM
    David, Thanks for your comment. Obviously, we have once again proven we're not perfect with the "fig" typo, but I for one enjoyed your humorous reply! Take Care, Steve
  • by ron Location: Howe on Feb 13, 2010 at 09:34 AM
    Good one, Goodwilly. However, our local weather has more to do with jetstream and ENSO than Gore, thankfully. CO2 absorbs and re-emits at 2.5 microns and 15.7 microns in a tight bandwidth. Water vapor does so in wide width around 6.5 microns and has negative feedback. CO2's primary calculated effect happens in the first 20 to 50 ppm and the calculated CO2 load before the modern industry was 280. Which means we had all the CO2 warming we're going to get before Ford rolled the first car off of the line.
  • by David Location: Randolph on Feb 12, 2010 at 06:57 PM
    We're enjoying the snow. I read the web forecast discussions regularly and want to thank you for doing them. The one for 3:15p.m. Friday, 12 February was interesting. How many newtons of energy must be removed from a cubic meter of "very dense fog" in order to produce "freezing fig"? :-)
  • by T&p Location: Antlers on Feb 12, 2010 at 06:19 AM
    Just outside Antlers we received 5 inches total snow yesterday. I wonder where our weather watcher lives? We always get a rather different reading than he does and we are 3 miles outside town.
  • by Susan Location: marietta on Feb 11, 2010 at 08:54 PM
    Why is it when it rains or snows people on the news cast always seem to say "We are hoping for Sunshine, something along that line. Why can't we be happy for the rain or snow? It causes some road hazards but we need these weather conditions also. It is all a blessing from the Lord.
  • by GoodWilly Location: Sherman on Feb 11, 2010 at 08:48 PM
    So what does all this snow do for Al Gore's global warming propaganda? Oh, I know, it all was just a figment of our imaginations and never really happened. Besides, if you can't believe a career politician, who can you believe? ;)
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