While most communities received between four and five inches of snow in the past 24 hours, Jacksonville topped out at a whopping 7.5 inches, according to figures released by the National Weather Service (NWS).
It began snowing Sunday afternoon and the wet stuff continued to fall well into the pre-dawn hours of Monday.
The NWS revealed that Rusk collected 6 inches of snow, Wells had 4.3 inches and Bullard and Cuney saw 4 inches fall in their respective areas.
Troup picked up 3 inches according to the NWS.
As far as the area cities, Nacogdoches and Henderson collected 5 inches, Palestine wasn't far behind, with 4.5 inches while Tyler and Athens reported 4 inches.
According to bestplaces.net, Jacksonville averages 0.6 inches of snow per year.