The Dallas snow storm of 2021 covered DFW in over 5 inches of snow. It’s the most snow Dallas has had in almost 10 years. The rare sight of seeing Dallas covered with snow is always a treat. It temporarily transforms the city into another place. A place covered with a white blanket, sparse traffic, and bundled up people. It’s days like this that make cold winters worth it. I hate cold weather, except when it snows, then I love it.
Several years ago, in 2015, I took photos of downtown Dallas after a bad ice storm with the entire city, including the highways, completely empty of traffic here: Dallas Ice Storm Causes The City To Become A Ghost Town. I also took photos of the Dallas covered with snow during the day here: Dallas Winter Storm Photos 2021.
Downtown Dallas Snow Photos
When the storm eased up and it got late with few cars on the road I went out driving around downtown and Deep Ellum taking photos. I zigzagged all through downtown capturing how beautiful the Dallas snow looked. There were an endless amount of photo opportunities. I stopped at almost every block and photographed the streets, cars, and buildings covered with snow.
Deep Ellum Snow Photos
After downtown, I went to Deep Ellum to capture photos of it covered in pristine snow. Fortunately, there was very little traffic which left the roads looking mostly undisturbed. The character of Deep Ellum was a stark contrast with the huge buildings and lights of downtown. The snow and fog made it look like a quaint little Texas town.