Could the East Coast have a White Christmas? It's 16 days until December 25th and for those hoping to have snow on the ground for that special day, AccuWeather's latest prediction should put smiles on many faces.Keep reading over at the WaEx ... we're in for some cold weather if predictions hold up.
Suggesting that an amazing 50% of the country may have a white Christmas when the usual average is 25%, AccuWeather senior meteorologist Joe Bastardi has posted a map at the website showing the locations expected to have measureable snow for the holiday. Sweeping from the northwest to the mid-Atlantic and northeast, it is a wide path of dreams and happiness for many dreaming of a White Christmas.
Look out, New York City, Philadelphia, Boston, and Washington, DC. Have the snow shovels on stand-by in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley and the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Wednesday, December 08, 2010
A White Christmas?
It's been so cold in the Shenandoah Valley lately that I've been letting myself dream of a White Christmas. Not that I'm greedy ... we had a White Christmas last year ... but they are so seldom in Virginia and I never tire of them. That's when I wandered over to AccuWeather where I found hope ... and so began a post at the Washington Examiner: