Christmas Day What TYPICALLY happens On this Day for our General Area?

Snow chances for our area usually stay at 0% on Christmas Day. On the right you can see we are the grey shaded area. This indicates that percentage. We have seen extreme cases, but very unlikely.

Climatology for December 25th from Peachtree City.

Record Min - 20 degrees (1999). Record High - 76 degrees (2015). Normal Temps - 31 to 54 degrees.

Average Temps for last 10 years - Mid to upper 40's.

Below you can see that we tend to receive precipitation on Christmas day. However, it generally is light in effect.

We are in a weak La Nina phase which blocks high pressure levels (associated with calm atmosphere patterns) over our area. A move towards neutral would bring about average climate patterns to our area. Right now, this is why we are seeing a warming pattern. The opposite happens with El Nino patterns. For more reading on this climate effect, click below.

Christmas Day forecast for our general area from FFC weather.gov

I expect the forecasts for Christmas day to remain the same with little fluctuations at this point.

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Ryan Mckinnon
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Created with images by Anastasia538 - "new year's eve winter christmas" Info from weather.gov and High Plains Regional Climate Center (http://climod.unl.edu/)

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