Monday, December 27, 2010

A White Christmas... Somewhere

While parts of Region 8 did have a dusting this morning, all we had at the Vaughan house was a few flurries. Here's a map showing the snow depth this morning across the United States.
Notice that is shows some what over Region 8, but the dusting reports are not widespread. If anything, I'd say spotty reports. Look how close we were to seeing a good snowfall! Since this map was created, some good snowfall has been falling in MS, AL, and GA as well!

I hope everyone is having a very Merry Christmas. From the Vaughan house to yours, I hope God blesses your day as we remember the birth of Jesus!

EDIT: Good point made by Patrick Marsh. See the later map on his blog. It includes the snow in MS,AL, GA I mentioned. Here's his comment in the comments section:


Just an FYI: This image was generated at 1AM EDT on Christmas Day, and was valid for the preceding day. Check out the link below to see images valid for Christmas Day.

http://www.patricktmarsh.com/2010/12/day-360-white-christmases-a-noreaster 


Ryan

2 comments:

Karen H. said...

Here in Caraway we seen some flurries off and on all day as well. I did take some pictures of the Snow falling. JESUS is the reason for the Season. Merry Christmas from the Horton's as well. "THANK YOU" for all that you and the KAIT8 Storm Team does for us here.

Karen Horton
Caraway, AR

pmarsh said...

Just an FYI: This image was generated at 1AM EDT on Christmas Day, and was valid for the preceding day. Check out the link below to see images valid for Christmas Day.

http://www.patricktmarsh.com/2010/12/day-360-white-christmases-a-noreaster/