I'm just south of Denton. Tried to run to the store a couple hours ago, but the roads are already to bad with heavy snow turning to ice. Should clear up tomorrow, but white Christmases used to be extremely rare.
BTW, it's important for critics to get it right. The story is wrong to attach the "hide the decline" comment from the leaked emails to the cooling in recent years. The email in question was from '98 or '99, I think. At that point there had been warming in recent years. The "hide the decline" comment referred not measured temperatures, but rather to the fact that the "proxies" (especially tree ring measuremenets) warmists had used for pre-measured temperatures were then showing declining temperatures at a point when global temperatures were actually going up. IOW they were trying to hide the fact that their proxies did not accurately reflect global temperatures by hiding the decline in the proxy data.
Stultis, I'm a graduate of Denton High School. At least from 1975 forward, the DFW metroplex has not had a white Christmas, though there has been crappy weather on New Year's Day.
However, in 1976, we did have a blizzard that dropped six inches of snow in November. This is memorable for the fact that Florida State played the University of North Texas in Denton (then North Texas State University) and North Texas was favored. Bobby Bowden was in his first year at FSU and pulled the upset in front of a crowd of screaming dozens (I was one of them - one of my friends was in the stadium bathroom grasping the overhead hot water pipe for heat).
Of course it 1976 we were still concerned about global cooling.