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The Four "Seasons" of Texas

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"With more than 268,000 stunning square miles, Texas intersects multiple climate zones, giving it a wide range of weather and temperatures. Summers in southern Texas can reach 100 ℉, with a record 120 ℉ (1936 and 1994). Winters in northern Texas are cold, with averages of 35 ℉ and a record low of -23 ℉ (1899 and 1933). At the extremes, that’s a temperature spread of 143 ℉! While Texans revere the beauty of their state, they joke that they have four seasons: drought, flood, blizzard, and twister..."