This year, Texas has been seeing some pretty strange weather. Whether it's global climate change or not, Texans are getting fed up with the constantly changing weather that makes it hard to choose an outfit for the day. North Texas' dropping temperatures may result in snow tonight and people are just confused.\nThe first Texas snow of late 2019 happened extra early this year on October 24, bringing 4 to six inches of snow to the Panhandle.\nThis came soon after storms, tornadoes, and twisters all attacked Dallas, thankfully resulting in no lives taken but plenty of destruction.\nNow the weather predictions for this week include the possibility of snow in North Texas and near-freezing temperatures around the Dallas area.\nMonday - high of 73° and sunny Tuesday - high of 44° with a chance of snow Welcome to Texas. We’re all confused here. @TexasHumor pic.twitter.com/Okv12ykh7H— ASHLEY PERRY (@aperry_ently) December 9, 2019\nSome Texans are getting sick of the violently changing weather, with sunny 70 degrees in the day time and chilly 40s in the night, and they are voicing their opinions on Twitter.\nTwitter user Ashley Perry used a very accurate gif of Ryan Reynolds to express how Texans are feeling about the radically changing temperatures this season. We honestly have no clue what to expect tonight with this weather.\nWFAA predicts the snow may fall but won't be able to stick onto surfaces so now chances of icy roads or travel problems will occur.\nOh, this is at least vaguely normal for Texas, it's just always surprising. (It isn't going to snow. NWS is just getting my hopes up.)— Kate Morrison (@unlikelyfanatic) December 9, 2019\nSome people on Twitter like Kate Morrison simply don't believe the forecast will include snow since the rapid changes in temperature is a typical sight to see in the Southern state.\nShe states that the local news channels are just getting her hopes up. We hope that's not true so we can all enjoy the snow!\nI am in the panhandle of Texas it is supposed to snow here. Was a very wet summer so hoping for a white winter.— Tammy (@TAMMYDIEHL10) December 9, 2019\nSome Texans on Twitter like Tammy are more than ready for a white winter. Being in the Panhandle definitely helps with getting cold weather, being at the top of the state.\nThough some weather reports disagree with it being a wet winter this year, we still have hope that the wild Texas forecasts will change last minute and give us the chance to build a snowman.\nMeant to post these yesterday.. Yesterday Dec 8 marked 2 years since we saw snow here in South Texas (VERY VERY rare) .. It was over 6"! pic.twitter.com/lpETBrGWDr— Webster Artistry by Liz (@Liz84844815) December 9, 2019\nTwitter user Webster Artistry by Liz gave a big reminder to everyone that almost exactly two years ago, a massive sheet of thick snow was dropped over the entirety of Texas.\nThat gives us hope that this could happen again, especially since it's so close to the same date!\nThough not all Texans may agree with us, we are eager with open arms for a good Texas snow this year, and can't wait to see what happens tonight!\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.