You know, “White Christmas.”
Or does it even matter anymore unless you’re well over the age of 40? Probably not.
What does seem to matter is that pretty much anybody and everybody – heathens even – are probably hoping for snow on Christmas Day this coming Tuesday.
Or at least have some on the ground, right?
Even the Glaze – who told me recently he didn’t give a rat’s ass what happened to farmers and the wheat crop because of the drought, he just wanted a warm, dry winter – is hoping for a white one.
Now looking ahead to Tuesday some forecasts say there’s a 30 percent chance of light snow.
So game on?
“Well, there’s snow on the ground now, so we’re already having a White Christmas,” says KSHB weather wonk Gary Lezak. “And there will probably still be little patches of snow around on Christmas day.”
“On Christmas day there’s a winter storm that’s going through just to the south of us,” Lezak says. “I don’t know yet for sure if we’ll get any snow out of it, but there’s at least a chance we’ll get some light snow on Christmas. And there’s a chance of a winter storm on New Year’s Eve.”
“It’s too early to tell,” Lezak says.