What Is the Climate in Texas?

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The climate in Texas is as varied as the huge state. In South Texas, milder temperatures prevail in the winter. Summers can be hot all over the state - high 90s and low 100s. In the Panhandle of Texas (Amarillo), winter bring cold temps, snow, and ice.
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