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By Elizabeth Tanner
Old man winter paid another visit Sunday morning, dropping up to 12 inches of snow across the South Plains.
Issuing a Winter Storm Watch on Jan. 8, the National Weather Service forecasted heavy snowfall throughout the South and Rolling Plains as a strong storm system moved over New Mexico and into the Permian Basin.
And, with snow beginning to roll in early Sunday morning, the Garza County Sheriff’s Department discouraged travel around 2:45 a.m. as accounts of black ice coating highways and dimmed visibility on North U.S. Highway 84 were reported.
Within the city limits, the Post Volunteer Fire Department reported six inches of snow while outer areas of the county recorded upwards of eight inches.
Following the second snow of 2021, the National Weather Forecast predicts warmer days to follow.