Saturday, December 22, 2007

S**w for Christmas in Alabama?

Dare I even mention the possibility of a white Christmas in North Alabama? Well, why not? Weather authorities such as UAH researcher and Alabamawx.com contributer Tim Coleman and the Huntsville NWS are mentioning it.

Check out this page from the NWS Huntsville about the history of White Chrismases in Huntsville, defined as having at least 1" of snow on the ground. Christmas of 1963 was the only year on record in which Huntsville had as much as 1" on Christmas.



The above forecast is from the NWS Huntsville Saturday morning. Tim Coleman has been posting about this possibility too. This is definitely something to keep an eye on as Chrismas Eve approaches.

See the corresponding discussion...



There is no doubt that The Midwest will be seeing snow, and lots of it this weekend. Check out Nathan's blog from Northern Wisconsin for updates.

4 comments:

Cookeville Weather Guy said...

Mike:

I hope Huntsville gets snow, because if they do, you KNOW we'll get it up here in Cookeville, TN! :)

Dewdrop said...

I can't believe you bleeped out s**w on your blog. lol!

Mike said...

I am not surprised that the s*#$ didn't happen! Just for you, Dew!

Mike said...

Too bad it didn't happen....