Tuesday, December 19, 2000

White Christmas predicted

Snow could last for holiday

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        Cincinnati may have a white Christmas.

        It snowed an inch overnight, and National Weather Service forecasters say there's a chance of more light snow Thursday. And, with temperatures hovering between 20 and 30 most of the week, any snow that falls may not melt.

  • Closings, delays
  • Traffic conditions
  • Snow plows balance need, demand
        It will be brutally cold today, with temperatures falling into single digits by this afternoon. Wind chills will be 0 to -15. There will be intermittent snow showers but no more accumulation is expected.

        The last time the Queen City had a white Christmas was 1996, when there was a light dusting. Last year, an inch of snow fell on Christmas Eve but was gone Christmas morning.

        The high on Christmas Eve this year is expected to be just above freezing.

        Even Santa may have a white Christmas: Snow showers are forecast for Thursday at the North Pole, clearing by Christmas Eve, according to the Weather Channel. The high forecast for the North Pole on Christmas is minus 5.


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