Tallahassee, FL -- The Tallahassee Snow Festival was back again on FSU's campus. 100 thousand pounds of snow covered the Marching Chiefs practice field, and it was mostly used for snowballs.
Santa swung by, gifts were brought for the Florida Baptists Children's home, and it began to look a lot like christmas in the capital city.
"It makes you feel good as a parent to know that you live in a city that cares about the families to make it such a tight knit, family oriented town," said Hunter McIntyre, who brought his young son out to the event.
Event organizers said they thought it was the biggest turnout that they've ever had.