This morning's snow dusting has basically made today the most eventful day of the year so far.

No One Knew Snow Was Coming to Shreveport-Bossier

We only anticipated it to be cold and wet. We knew conditions were expected to worsen in Shreveport-Bossier into Friday morning. In fact, the Louisiana Department of Transportation closed parts of I-49 and I-220. Some bridges have been closed and several other roads in Caddo and Bossier Parish have closed due to icy conditions.

Some area schools have already announced that they will be closed today Friday, February 3rd, 2022. You can read that full list by clicking here. 

Around 7:00 am Many Shreveport-Bossier Residents Reported Seeing Snow

Some of us ran outside to see the snow and although it was a light dusting of snow we were so excited to be able to see the "snow". Hey now, any form of snow is worth celebrating right?

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Some of Us Opted to Break the News to Friends and Family Via Social Media

 

I hope you woke up and were able to take the call that work was canceled today. For the rest of us who went to work, did you see some snow? If so we want to see all of your photos. Make sure you add them in the comments below.

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