A White Christmas Doubtful: Dec 21st Update

December 21, 2007

 

Intense low pressure passing by on Saturday, December 22 will make for strong northerly winds of 25-35mph with gusts to 40mph possible. A little rain/snow is possible over southern Oklahoma as the core of the upper low moves overhead; but with daytime temperatures expected well above freezing, it will just be some flakes in the air, if at all.

Very cold morning temperatures in the teens and 20s can be expected Sunday and Monday morning.

 Another upper low should pass by on Christmas Eve; however, the Saturday front will press the surface moisture well to our south...so it's very unlikely we'll very much rainfall.

 The upper low should be to our east for Christmas Day. It will be cold, but dry, for December 25th this year.

So...the odds of a White Christmas for any part of Texoma this year is very close to zero.

 

 Here's hoping that you have a Blessed...and Merry...Christmas!

 

Steve LaNore

Chief Meteorologist

KXII-TV
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  • by Kaya Location: Durant on Dec 17, 2007 at 08:27 PM
    Oh well, maybe we can have a white New Year's Day? Thanks for the excellent job you do.
  • by naoma Location: marietta on Dec 17, 2007 at 04:30 PM
    there are more important things to pray for than snow. we need to be thankful that we still have good weather and warmthin our are anot like those poor folks freezing.
  • by Mary Location: Sherman on Dec 17, 2007 at 04:22 PM
    In this area I have pretty much given up an a white Christmas. I have seen it happen but it's very few and far between. We're lucky for it to even be cold here on Christmas. But that's ok I wouldn't really want to live anywere else.
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