update time issued=8:30 P.M cdt
update reguarding the white christmas snow event
Here is an update to the “white Christmas” situation. Well, as it looks now, the rain changing over to snow is still expected. Chances still look the same, but there might be a better chance for flurries after midnight Tuesday night. 1 inch or less of accumulation is still likely, however, this is not all the case. Some places could get a tad more than that.
I will keep you posted on the situation developing, probably 2 times a day. By the time this ends, expect to have 7 updates. This situation looks like a hopeful one!
There is another one developing for January 8, 9, and 10 of next year. Please let it snow that day so I don’t have school!
Hello, North texas could be getting snow. Don’t just ignore this post, because the event is 3 days away and every day the chance gets better. Here is my first update, issued on December 22, 2012 at 6:50 p.m.
Well, as it looks now, there will be a rain starting on Christmas eve night. This will continue through the morning, but will gradually turn into snow as the day goes on. At this point, the snow is expected to quit by midnight Tuesday night, with just a few flurries afterwards. Blowing snow is also possible Tuesday night.
As it looks now, 1 or less inches will fall and accumulate, mainly on overpasses and bridges however. The next day’s highs are expected to be in the mid 30’s.
I will keep you posted with updates on this topic.