SAN ANTONIO – On Thursday, San Antonio received 1.9 inches of snow -- that's more snow than Chicago, Cleveland, Salt Lake City, Boston, New York, Philadelphia and Washington D.C. have seen this winter.
KSAT meteorologist Adam Caskey said the nearly 2 inches of snow that fell is more snow than Detroit, Cleveland, Boston, Philadelphia, New York and Bangor have seen this winter, combined.
❄️San Antonio has gotten more snow than: Detroit, Cleveland, Boston, Philly, NYC and Bangor COMBINED so far this winter! 1.9” ❄️— Adam Caskey (@adamcaskey) December 8, 2017
Parts of Corpus Christi received 7 inches of snow.
The northern cities have some time to catch up to San Antonio; meteorological winter began on Dec. 1 and will end Feb. 28.
The freezing weather brought out the kid in many as adults tossed snowballs, made snow angels and snowmen.