White Christmas for Many This Year
Posted by languageandgrammar on December 20, 2010
By Paul Yeager, author of Weather Whys: Facts, Myths and Oddities
I know that I recently talked about the fact that not everyone celebrates Christmas, but I don’t think that means the holiday should be ignored.
Many people care about Christmas, and many of those care about whether it will be a white Christmas–even those who typically despise snow.
From a weather perspective (remember, I’m a meteorologist, too), many of us will, indeed, have a white Christmas, which is defined as having at least an inch of snow on the ground on Christmas day.
It does not have to be snowing on Christmas day–just snow on the ground.
For details, read my AOL News article, Widespread White Christmas Expected Across US, for details.