Wednesday, December 16, 2009


Models are coming together that portray a white christmas from the rockies into the south central plains and into the eastern seaboard. A storm track will move to our south and this will allow snow to fall north of the storm system. It is still over a week away, but the twister data weather model has stayed consistent for nearly two weeks. It will be a COLD christmas week for sure. I am not going to say that this will be a winter storm scenario yet. I this does occur this will be the best chance for a white christmas for a good part of the states since 2002. Stay tuned. I will have updates. Twister data also wants to keep us below freezing from Christmas eve through New Years eve, but that aspect is highly unlikely. I do however believe that cold arctic air will plunge south next week and with a weather block to our east will allow temperatures to get real cold by the mid part of next week where we may not get out of the 30's for highs.

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