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ABILENE, Texas — Sleet and snow developed in our western areas before sunrise Saturday and spread eastward. Most of the snow fell around and north of I-20. The snow event ended by sunset Saturday.

Here are some totals reported by the National Weather Service:

ABILENE 3.0 inches (New record for Dec 8th)

 

ANSON 4 inches

ASPERMONT 2 inches

FORT GRIFFIN STATE PARK 1.5 inches

JAYTON 3 inches

LUBBOCK 7 inches to 10.5 inches

STAMFORD 2 inches

SWEETWATER 2 inches

THROCKMORTON 1.5 inches

WEINERT 2 inches.

The 3.0 inches recorded at Abilene was a new record snowfall for December 8th - breaking the old record for the date of a trace of snow measured in 2016 and 1989.

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