Texas is also known as The Lone Star State. Although Texas is often associated with deserts, less than 10% of the state’s land is comprised of desert. Other types of terrain include coastal swamps, piney woods, rolling plains, and rugged hills.
Because Texas is so large, it intersects multiple climate zones, which means this state has variable weather. Some parts of Texas have cold winters, while others have mild winters.
Many people who have never visited the state believe it to be warm, but snowfalls occur multiple times each winter in West Texas, North Texas, Central, and East Texas. Snow falls south of San Antonio are rare. However, it can snow and get cold just about anywhere in this state.
Winters in Texas can range from sunny and warm to chilly and snowy. Amarillo, Texas, is the largest city in the Texas panhandle and is also the coldest in the entire state.
No matter where you live in Texas, it’s bound to get cold during the winter months. What may seem cold to those in Texas will, of course, differ from how those in Minnesota and New York feel because Texans are not used to snow or freezing temperatures.
When the snow does hit, and the temperatures drop, it’s best to be prepared with a mattress warmer that can keep your thermostat down and save you money while keeping you warm in your bed. There’s no worse feeling than being used to warm weather and quickly having to adjust when a snowstorm hits! Don’t let the weather affect your sleep quality; instead, use a water heated mattress pad.
Heat has a healing power that can help muscles relax while easing tension and promoting blood flow. The heat from a bed warmer can relieve sore muscles as you sleep!
You can turn the heat down at night and use a mattress warmer to keep you warm throughout the night without the risk of running up your heating bill.
Water heated mattress pads are safer than an electric blanket because they circulate warm water set at a constant temperature. Instead of having spots of extreme heat that can cause burns, the warm water is continuously regulated.
Instead of getting into your bed and being confronted with chilly sheets, you can warm up your bed in advance. All you have to do is turn on the heated mattress pad and continue with your nightly routine. By the time you’re ready for bed, it will be just the right temperature.
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