Wow, can you believe this winter? 12 – 13 inchs of snow fall in parts of Dallas and surrounding. So, besides the obvious possible freeze damage to the pool equipment, what does all this snow and rain mean to your swimming pool.
Frist, be glad it is during the winter when algae grows the slowest rather than summer. Ultimatly, there is no more to do with your pool when it snows than when it rains. After the amount of snow fall we had in Dallas, it is a good idea to shock the swimming pool with a non-chlorine shock. (The use of non-chlorine shock is reccommended so that the chlorine level is not raised.) Other than that, enjoy the snow, build a snowman and stay warm.
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