Will The Southcoast Have A White Christmas 2016?
Each year, right before the Holiday Season, the same question is asked (and for most people hoped for)... Will there be snow on Christmas Day?
According to AccuWeather.com's New 90-Day Forecast, we can now see a little bit further into our weather's future. This will help to determine if we're going to have a "White Christmas" or not.
Unfortunately, the skies don't look like they'll be coordinating, never mind be cold enough to produce any types of frozen precipitation.
The 90-Day AccuWeather Forecast for the Daytime weather tells us that we will see "Rain and freezing rain in the morning; cloudy and warmer, windy in the afternoon with a shower."
As for Night-time, the Southcoast will be experiencing "Very windy; mostly cloudy skies with a bit of sleet and freezing rain."
Here's the breakdown of statistics for the day:
*DECEMBER 25TH, 2016- CHRISTMAS*
Day = 50 Degrees F.
Night = 16 Degrees F.
Chance of Precipitation:
Day = 70% (0.16 Inches of Rain/0.25 Inches of Ice)
Night = 55% (0.0 Inches of Rain/0.08 Inches of Ice)
Chance of Snow:
Day = 0% (0 Inches)
Night = = 0% (0 Inches)
Day = SW @ 21 MPH/GUSTS @ 45 MPH
Night = W @ 36 MPH/GUSTS @ 51 MPH
Sunrise = 7:09 AM
Sunset = 4:19 PM
[DURATION: 9 Hours 10 Minutes]
Moonrise = 3:34 AM
Moonset = 2:11 PM
[DURATION: 10 Hours 37 Minutes]
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!