Looks Like A White Christmas Could Be A Possibility For North Carolina
I’ve lived in Charlotte my entire life and never seen a white Christmas. But I still dream of one day waking up to a fresh blanket of snow on Christmas morning. Actually, I dream of waking up to snow any day in the winter. But that’s beside the point. But you can bet that as soon as the date gets close enough to Christmas that the forecast is available I’m checking it constantly. And in Charlotte there is a chance of snow, but it’s December 26th. Over the past few days, I’ve watched it go from rain, to rain and snow mix, to now a 30% chance of snow that morning. Which means we are only a few hours off from a forecasted white Christmas in North Carolina. This is all according to weather.com.
You can see in local WCNC meteorologist Brad Panovich’s 10-day forecast that the temperature will begin dropping on Christmas Eve. From there precipitation is predicted to roll in Monday morning. But we all know that weather is extremely unpredictable and this forecast is likely to change in the next 10-12 days. Hopefully, that snow chance will increase and will roll in sooner than expected. What a gorgeous site it would be to see a white Christmas in North Carolina. Fingers crossed!