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UPDATE: Snow and wintry precipitation has ended

Snow falls this morning outside KLTV in Downtown Tyler Snow falls this morning outside KLTV in Downtown Tyler
Accumulations are occurring mainly on grassy areas and bushes.  Roads are still passable, but wet. Accumulations are occurring mainly on grassy areas and bushes. Roads are still passable, but wet.

By Michael Hetrick

EAST TEXAS (KLTV) - Our first full day of Spring is here, but you wouldn't know it with the winter conditions felt across East Texas today.

Light to moderate, occasionally heavy, snow fell across the area today.  That has pretty much ended this evening.  Accumulations were mainly on grassy areas, elevated surfaces and vehicles this morning.  As temperatures warmed, that melted.  The additional snow that fell, melted on impact.  Here's a look at just a few of the totals we've seen so far:

-     5.4 inches in Kaufman County, near Terrell
-     4.5 inches in Hopkins County, near Cumby
-     4.0 inches in Hunt County
-     2.0 inches in Wood County, near Quitman
-     1.5 inches in Van Zandt County, near Van
-     1.5 inches in Ore City
-     2.0 inches in Smith County, southwest of Lindale
-     1.0 inch in Henderson County, near Athens
-     1.0 inch in Harrison County, near Marshall
-     1 inch in Franklin County, southeast of Mt. Vernon
-      .8 inch in Titus County, near Mt. Pleasant
-     Half an inch in Gregg County, west of Longview
-     Half an inch in Anderson County, near Palestine

Remember, you can always track snow and storms where you live by visiting our Interactive Radar.  Also, we want to see your winter photos from today!  Send us your snow pics at the Loop or to theloop@kltv.com.

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