Most of us spend much of December wishing that we could have a white Christmas. Whether you are a fan of snow or not, you have to admit that it is a nice touch. And now, The Old Farmer’s Almanac tool offers a prediction of the weather for that day.
The prospect of a snowy Christmas does seem pretty nice to us, minus all of the shoveling that we would have to do. While a white Christmas might seem commonplace to most, it is actually not that frequent of an occurrence.
The Old Farmer’s Almanac has already been correct about the winter weather conditions, for the most part. There are less snowstorms taking place this year and the temperatures have been a bit warmer. This is all in line with their predictions. Just wait until you see the predictions that the weather professionals have when it comes to Christmas Day itself, though.
For those who live in the Northeast, a white Christmas is not considered to be very likely. Flurries are expected to occur before the day itself but are not expected to last. Meanwhile, Midwest residents are being told to expect snow-friendly temperatures on Christmas and they should be able to make snow angels, too. The Southeast states are expected to be more chilly and wet, so y’all need to be planning accordingly!
Some might want predictions that are a bit less vague. If you would like to know more about the weather conditions to expect in your specific town, be sure to visit the Almanac website. All you need to do is enter your postal code or the city/state that you reside in and it will tell you the specific weather predictions for your area.
Whether you are someone who is rooting for snow or you are looking to have a more relaxed Christmas that does not involved any shoveling, the Almanac has you covered. Happy holidays and we hope that you are ready for whatever is coming your way!SKM: below-content placeholder