A wintry blast of air brought snow flurries, uprooted trees, and slowed traffic all across the Borderland Monday afternoon. The wind was so strong, it toppled over three 18-wheelers, including one on the Spur 601 connection to U.S. Highway 54 that brought traffic in that area to a halt.

Check out some of the photos and videos posted on social media chronicling El Paso’s crazy weather day.


Check out this @ABC7Breaking viewer photo of the semi tipped on Spur 601. Yikes! Here are more of your photos: http://bit.ly/1Px4Ikl #CUontheCW at 9!

Posted by KVIA.com on Monday, November 16, 2015




Amazing video of the snow flurries in downtown El Paso! Please make sure to drive safely out there! We have snow flurries pretty much across the entire city, thanks to a cold front moving across the borderland! This means you better bundle up tomorrow morning! I'll have your full forecast Tuesday morning on NewsChannel9 Today! -Forecaster Monica Cortez -Video By: Juan Gutierrez

Posted by Monica Cortez on Monday, November 16, 2015


Little snow flurries in the far east

Posted by Sammy Perez on Monday, November 16, 2015