TEXAS – A blanket of snow covered several parts of Texas after a surprising freeze across the state.

Texans frolicked through the winter wonderland, most of them seeing snow in the state for the first time.

In Austin, there was a record 1.9 inches of snow, making it the heaviest snow event in the city in 13 years.

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For San Antonio, this was the heaviest snow in 32 years. Thousands of people in San Antonio were without power into Friday morning following the overnight snowfall. 

Wimberley saw some of the most snowfall with 3 inches. 

Several schools and offices were delayed or cancelled to keep drivers off of slippery roads.

Some roads were closed in Austin, including South MoPac at Loop 360 due to icy conditions.