HOUSTON -- For the second time this season some parts of the Houston area got another dusting of snow late Tuesday.

While the snow wasn't as bad as earlier feared, it was enough for some on Houston's north side to write their names in it. A freeze warning was in effect overnight, but there simply wasn't enough snow to stick to the ground. Most of it came to rest on top of vehicles and roofs.

According to KHOU 11 Chief Meteorologist David Paul, as of 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, a light band of freezing rain and snow developed in the Austin area and pushed in our direction.

Views sent in their pics of the light snow fall from Houston's north side into the Beaumont area. Some people in Galveston and Pasadena also reported getting a little snow.

Temperatures Tuesday barely rose above freezing and quickly dropped below 32 degrees after sunset. This means bridges and overpasses may quickly become icy and dangerous Tuesday night into Wednesday morning.

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