The snow started rolling in late afternoon on Sunday across Shreveport and Bossier and once the system moved through, several communities saw a good bit of snowfall.
Our region did not get as much as some parts of south Texas got where as much as 6" of snow was reported. But we did get enough to make it look quite beautiful outside.

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Here are the latest numbers from some communities from the National Weather Service:

Belcher 2"
Blanchard 2"
Bossier City 1.3"
Grand Cane 2"
Greenwood 1"
Haughton 2"
Homer 2"
Mansfield 3"
Many 3"
Natchitoches 3"
Southeast Shreveport 1.5"
West Shreveport 2"
Stonewall 2"

In Northeast Texas:

Carthage 4.5"
Hallsville 3"
Longview 3"
Tyler 4"
The snowfall continued for several hours and it was so beautiful. We will have the snowfall on the ground for a few hours before it melts and is gone.

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