SHREVEPORT, La. - Sunday's rare snow storm dumped quite a lot of wet snow on the ArkLaTex.
In fact, a daily snowfall record occurred at the Shreveport National Weather Service. They picked up two inches which shattered the old record from 2011 of a trace. The weather service has been keeping snowfall data since 1871.
The KTBS 3 Weather Watchers also measured big snow. Here are some of their totals.
Northern sections recorded the least amounts of the white stuff. Jason Patterson in Atlanta picked up only a trace. On the other hand, Thomas Ware did see about an inch and a half.
Amounts more than doubled near the I-20 corridor. Cricket Oldenburg and Dave Armstrong in DeSoto parish both registered 5 inches of snow.
Metro Shreveport/Bossier City snow totals ranged from nearly 2 inches for Russell Teutsch in Bossier City to 4 inches in Shreveport according to Mike Lyles.
Toledo Bend picked up the most snow. Debbie Johnson in Center, Texas had 6.5 inches followed by Larry Rymal in Joaquin with 6 inches and Troy Webb from Noble with 6 inches.