Residents across southeast Texas are spotting small flurries of snow.
New bands of snow are developing as the jet stream winds intensify over Houston. It's cold enough aloft for snow/graupel to form, but it will melt on its way down, then completely on impact.— Travis Herzog (@TravisABC13) November 13, 2018
Still fun to watch. #SnowMiracle2018https://t.co/R9qGjv4FIk pic.twitter.com/lXmAfdECH6
Eyewitness News viewers are sharing their videos of the light snow falling where they live. We've been getting videos from Magnolia, Conroe and Cypress.
"We got ice balls in Hockley/Tomball area," Courtney Monsive tweeted to Meteorologist Travis Herzog.
We got ice balls in Hockley/Tomball area. ❄️ pic.twitter.com/I50wGeOn8U— Courtney Monsive (@CMonsive) November 13, 2018
VIDEO: Light snow falling in Bernardo
The flurries are falling, but the ground is too warm for it to stick.
But there are reports of a good amount of snow falling in La Grange and toward the Brenham/College Station areas.
Meanwhile, Meteorologist David Tillman is chasing the snow in East Bernard, and he said he's headed to the Eagle Lake area.
VIDEO: Sleet pellets falling in Montgomery County
A Freeze Watch has been issued for all of southeast Texas for Wednesday morning. Travis said if it does freeze in Houston, it'll be three weeks ahead of schedule and our earliest fall freeze since 1999. Sunny skies will give us cool highs in the 50s Wednesday, then clear skies will allow temps to tumble to around 30 Thursday morning.
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