Thursday, December 20, 2007

Will DFW Get A White Christmas This Year?

I'm like a kid in a candy store thinking about this:

Will we get a white Christmas?

So the forecast shows lows at ALMOST freezing on Christmas Eve and Day. So could we get any snow? Even just a little bit??

"We're going to have some very light precipitation chances overnight on the 24th, and very early Christmas morning, probably before most people wake up," said Jason Dunn, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service. "Right now, it looks like it'll be a little too warm for any wintry precipitation. ... We don't have any snow chances."

So kids, get a-wishin'!

But on the bright side, parents might be able to finish their Christmas shopping in shorts. Friday's high will be 72, according to the weather service.

Here's the forecast:

Friday: 72/51. Sunny during the day, then cloudy, possible showers.

Saturday: 54/37. Windy, 60% chance of rain, calming down at night.

Sunday: 50/37. Mostly sunny, little wind. Then partly cloudy at night.

Monday (Christmas Eve): 46/35. Clouds.

Tuesday (Christmas Day): 45/34. Some clouds.

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