Are you dreaming of a snowy, white Christmas?
Well, you might just be out of luck.
Predictions are fairly consistent that although there’s potential for a snowier, colder winter here in Ohio, we likely won’t have snow around Christmas.
The Farmers’ Almanac released its annual Christmas weather predictions and, for the most part, a lot of the country will see some sort of precipitation. But in Ohio, the skies are looking clear.
In fact, the Almanac’s exact words for describing Ohio’s upcoming weather were “Looks like any wintry precipitation comes to an end bringing clear skies for holiday events.”
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) also recently released its Monthly Outlook reports for December, calling for well above normal temperatures across most of the country.
If you’d like to read more about the Christmas weather predictions from the Farmers’ Almanac, you can visit farmersalmanac.com.
While the Almanac is a trusted resource by many, it’s been wrong before. Last year, in particular, most weather predictions ended up being way off for Christmas weather when a cold front moved across the northern Midwest, causing frigid temperatures and snowfall here in Columbus.
So if you’re hoping for a white Christmas, maybe Ohio will do it’s thing and deliver some precipitation after all. You can check back here for updates.