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post #1 of 24
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Good thing I got my taste of snow last weekend. Christmas Day in Denver was a high of 71 degrees and not a cloud in sight. It broke the record for the hottest Christmas Day, which was set in 1971. If not for the calendar and the day off tomorrow, I wouldn't believe it is Christmas!
post #2 of 24
Man, that sounded lovely! About noon we were getting a rain/snow mix as we drove to my nephew's. At least we didn't have a repeat of last year's 2 feet of snow!
post #3 of 24
Tucson hasn't had Christmas snow, since 1987. Today was around 80, I was in a T-shirt and the twins got to try out their new tricycles.
post #4 of 24
Sounds like us here in San Diego, CA! Yesterday I was wearing a t-shirt and jeans! Today I put on a light hoodie over my t-shirt.
post #5 of 24
Oh man was I disappointed, weather-wise anyways, this Christmas. Only on Christmas Eve & Christmas Day did it get warm, in the 40's! And so today it rained, too. As I was coming home today, the song "White Christmas" was on, and it made me so disappointed....I kinda had to agree with the song, too, though. I WAS dreaming of a white Christmas, but of course we did not get it! I just wanted to tear out the radio and smash it!! But, I liked the song but at the same time in this situation, hated it .There was snow on the ground from the big storm 2 weeks ago, but now it's brown sandy slush.

BUT, I guess the weather really doesn't matter too much. It's just (well for me, anyways) your family, your blessings, and your faith IMO.

But still I'm disappointed... Oh, well.
post #6 of 24
That sounds like wonderful Christmas weather to me!
post #7 of 24
It was warm and sunny here too. It was the warmest Christmas I can remember. booo!
post #8 of 24
We were in the mid 60's today, overcast with off and on yucky rain. I would have preferred the snow!
post #9 of 24
after snow just about non-stop since thanksgiving, it got up to the mid 40s friday, causeing the snow to melt. no white christmas for north west PA
post #10 of 24
Same here in Maine its been cold and snowy Then today up into the 40s and its now raining. Most of the snow is gone. It says it will change over to snow sleet mix sometime before morning.
post #11 of 24
Its been so cold and windy with a rain/snow mix here in the past few weeks. But anyone who lives here knows how crazy the weather is. It was in the 70's today. I was very dissappointed.
I think this is the only state you can experience all four seasons in less than a week.
post #12 of 24
Oh no! Thats horrible....we had a white Christmas here, it snowed on Christmas Day!
post #13 of 24
We had rain Christmas Eve and Christmas day - very slushy damp weather. Then when we were driving home from my sister's house we got caught in the middle of a blinding snow storm last night. Thank goodness we made it home safely because there were a couple of scary moments where we almost went off the road!

Crazy Toronto weather.
post #14 of 24
We had snow most of last week, but then it warmed up and rained on Friday, washing all the snow away. It was mild all weekend, and now that Christmas is over, it's snowing again. Go figure.
post #15 of 24
I would be very happy with temps in the 60's or 70's..it has been very mild here for winter weather though. We've had temps in the 30's for the past 4 days. Unfourtunatley that brings freezing precipitation up here and makes it a real mess for driving.
post #16 of 24
We had rain.
post #17 of 24
Lol, for christmas I sat outside and literatly got a tan! I live in Michigan but I'm visiting my parents in Texas so the 82 degree weather was a nice change!
post #18 of 24
We had all of this snow here in MN, our first white Christmas in 3 years, & we had to go to lousy Indiana! They had almost no snow, & it rained the whole time! Apparently, it snowed here Christmas. It was quite the bummer!
post #19 of 24
Quote:
Originally Posted by valanhb
Good thing I got my taste of snow last weekend. Christmas Day in Denver was a high of 71 degrees and not a cloud in sight. It broke the record for the hottest Christmas Day, which was set in 1971. If not for the calendar and the day off tomorrow, I wouldn't believe it is Christmas!
did you notice the simalarities 71 degrees 1971 year i just thought it was intresting
post #20 of 24
We've had kind of a white Christmas and a brown Christmas. By that I mean that we've had some mild weather that melted a lot of snow and a lot of the snowbanks are encrusted with the sand that gets spread on the streets for tire traction. It doesn't hurt my feelings one bit though. It's nice to not have 30 or 40 below at Christmas time.
post #21 of 24
It was a damp christmas here but no snow, but the snows here now though

I hope it goes by friday because i'm off to Scotland.
post #22 of 24
Europe is being hit by cold fronts from the east and the west, Susan, but the forecasts call for rain by Friday or Saturday at the latest, so the snow should melt. I hope so. Smarty-pants Jamie knows the quickest way to get mommy up in the morning is to go out on the balcony, roll in the snow, and then crawl under the covers!
post #23 of 24
All our 40 inches melted in one night of rain. It's been at or near 50 all week and I'm loving it!!!!!
post #24 of 24
Quote:
Originally Posted by jcat
Susan, but the forecasts call for rain by Friday or Saturday at the latest, so the snow should melt. I hope so
I hope so to Tricia

Jamie thats one way to get your breakfast from your mum LOL
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