This home movie captures the Baker family enjoying a rare snowfall in Houston in February 1960. Children run and play in the snow, throwing snowballs and pulling the youngest sibling in a small red wagon. At 4.4 inches, the snowfall remains Houston's second-highest total on record. It started falling on the morning of February 12 and continued into the night. The surrounding area saw up to a foot, with six inches in Cleveland and 11 inches in Livingston.