From Cozy Blankets to Yummy BBQs, How Texas is Facing Winter Again.

Winter is here, and Texans are getting ready for another cold time! After the big winter storm in February 2021, people in Texas are making sure they're ready for whatever the weather brings. Let's see how folks in the Lone Star State are getting set for another big winter adventure.

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Let's see how folks in the Lone Star State are getting set for another big winter adventure!

Super Blanket Forts

Texans are making more than just regular blanket nests – they're building super forts. Using blankets, pillows, and twinkling lights, people are creating cozy spaces in their homes. It's not just about staying warm; it's also about having fun while doing it.


BBQ Time, Even in Winter

Even though it's cold, Texans are still firing up their BBQs. Winter BBQs are becoming a Texas tradition, with folks cooking tasty food outside, like brisket, ribs, and chili. It shows that Texans can enjoy yummy BBQs no matter the season.

Stocking Up on Goodies

People in Texas remember the last time it got really cold, so they're being super smart about shopping for food. They're not just grabbing bread and milk – they're also getting canned foods, emergency stuff, and delicious comfort snacks.

Keeping Warm with DIY Tricks

Remember the frozen pipes? Texans are making sure that doesn't happen again. They're doing clever things, like putting bubble wrap on windows and using special strips to keep the cold out. It's like giving their homes a cozy hug.

Stylish Winter Gear

Texans love showing off their state pride, even in winter! Instead of regular winter coats, they're wearing cool stuff like denim jackets, cowboy boots, and scarves with the Texas flag. They're proving that you can stay warm and look awesome at the same time.

@courtneyfaithmc Will not be okay if we have a repeat of Feb 2021 #icestorm #texaswinter #texaswinterstorm ♬ Pink - Lizzo


Winter is here, and Texans are ready for it. From super blanket forts to tasty BBQs, the people in the Lone Star State are facing another cold adventure with smiles on their faces. Winter might be tricky, but Texas is up for the challenge, showing that they can have fun and stay cozy no matter what.


Pictures From The Great Winter Texas Snowstorm of 2021

Where were you when Winter Storm Uri hit Texas the week of February 14th and 15th 2021?

The country was already dealing with the COVID crisis and then came another one.

According to, the storm produced damaging ice from the Northwest.
Texas Cities like Abilene and San Angelo had record snowfall. Beating records that were made back in the late 1800s.

In Austin a record 6.4 inches of snow was recorded at Austin - Bergstrom Airport, their heaviest snow in 72 years, since Jan. 30, 1949.

San Antonio had almost 3 inches of snow bringing them their heaviest snowfall since 1985, those nice people art Seaworld also saw 6 inches of snowfall.

Locally here in the Killeen- Temple area, streets, schools, and businesses were shut down and there were massive power outages. Not to mention a certain electric company going out of business due to the rates of customers skyrocketing!

It was a disaster!

But here we are a year later, we now have stories we can tell our grandkids about how the effects of Winer Storm Uri of 2021 had us all in a frenzy.

Here are some pictures that showcase the good and bad of the great Texas Snowstorm of 2021.

Gallery Credit: Getty Images, Listeners, Trey the Choklit Jok

How to Prepare for a Texas Winter

Always be prepared! Usually, we have warnings when a large winter storm is coming to our area, however, it is always important to be prepared in case it becomes a disaster and you lose power.

Gallery Credit: Lori Crofford

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