Published on Oct 8, 2012 by Josh Adams
I love it!
Very high for South Carolina.
50% ain’t bad for Missouri! That’s very good especially since we haven’t had significant snow for the Christmas season in quite a while!
That’s awesome, Except how on earth did you post that video? I can’t even post a photo!
The how on earth question I’m asking is, “How on earth does northern Alabama have a higher chance of a white Christmas than we do in central OH?” Alabama rarely gets snow in the peak of the winter season, so how do you expect them to get accumulating snow in late December?
I agree for the most part… but I’m also with Delstein… I think the mid-west in general has a much higher chance of a white Christmas than anywhere in the south. Not because the south has little chance… but because the midwest will have a very good winter.
GUYS, THIS IS MY OLD 2012 WHITE CHRISTMAS, I JUST MADE A NEW FORECAST, TO SEE THAT NEW FORECAST CLICK ON THIS LINK http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-eJJGPyD5lc&feature=plcp
20-30 percent shot for SC still makes me happy. Lol.
As usual u change it to lower for South Carolina.lol
I am wondering….with the percentage being 20-30 percent, is that higher than average when it comes to a chance for a white Christmas, here in South Carolina?
Last time i saw snow in South Carolina during Christmas was 1989.
A 20-30 percent chance of a white Christmas in SC is well above average. The usual chance is <5%
why are we even talking about this were still in the middle of october.
I hope your prediction is correct. We live in northern MI and last year it was not snowy for Christmas. I’m so looking forward to a (very) snowy Christmas this year.
Because adogg30, it’s what we do on this forum! That’s half the fun of this forum, predicting. Usually the forum is very quiet from like March to August and then we heat it up talking about winter predictions and SNOW! LOL
Snow is usually the hop topic around here from late August…until the end of winter. I wouldn’t change a thing. I love to read other people’s thoughts on winter as a whole. This winter looks like it might be pretty cool..in terms of awesomeness. I’ve been a member of this forum for quite some time. Probably a few years I believe. I don’t recall seeing this forum buzzing so hard about an upcoming winter.
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