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Wanderlist: Places it might just snow

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There’s one thing a lot of Texans actually love to see this time of year, but it’s pretty rare in some parts of the state. Can you guess what it is? Snow, of course. On the final Wanderlist of the season, we discuss places in Texas it might just snow. We’ll also share some of our listener's snow sightings from across the state.

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