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Central Texas Snowfall Amounts Ranged From 0.5 To 2 Inches

Snow is beginning to melt in some areas that are receiving direct sunlight, like here, at Dean Keaton and Guadalupe Streets.
Image by Nathan Bernier for KUT News
Snow is beginning to melt in some areas that are receiving direct sunlight, like here, at Dean Keaton and Guadalupe Streets.

The National Weather Service released snowfall totals for towns and cities in Central Texas. (Here's how they measure it.) These numbers are from 10:42 a.m. 

  • Georgetown, 2.0"
  • Pflugerville, 1.5"
  • Four miles northeast of Pflugerville, 1.1"
  • Austin, 0.5"
  • Seven miles west of Austin, 1.0"
  • Four miles northwest of Austin, 1.0"
  • Ten miles north of Austin, 0.5"
  • Eleven miles north of Austin, 0.9"
  • Five miles northeast of Austin, 0.8"
  • Round Rock, 0.5"
  • Kyle, 0.5"
  • Marble Falls, 0.5"
  • Leander, up to 1.3"

Meanwhile, snow on Austin streets is beginning to melt in areas hit by direct sunlight.  The city says it has eighty employees out sanding streets, and the Texas Department of Transportation has workers spraying magnesium chloride on local highways.

Nathan Bernier is the transportation reporter at KUT. He covers the big projects that are reshaping how we get around Austin, like the I-35 overhaul, the airport's rapid growth and the multibillion dollar transit expansion Project Connect. He also focuses on the daily changes that affect how we walk, bike and drive around the city. Got a tip? Email him at nbernier@kut.org. Follow him on Twitter @KUTnathan.
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