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News Flash: It's Snowing In Westbury

We interrupt this blog to bring you the following breaking news: It is snowing in Westbury.

An eyewitness reports to Hair Balls that precipitation that is white and solid is currently dropping from the sky onto the ground.

We are guessing it is more like sleet than snow, but still: It's white and it's coming down.

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We hope there are no tragic accidents from TV vans rushing to the spot to capture the action before it melts.

Update: Snow reports also coming in for the Galleria area and Humble. It's gonna be a fun commute tonight.

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