While yesterday was filled with depressing model runs with our potential for Christmas fresh snow heading to the Deep South, the last 12 hours has shown hope. We would still only be looking at a light accumulation, 1-2" of snow, maybe 3" in a few spots, at least it is something. With La Nina this year, I think the models are having a hard time trying to decide if the storms are going to take the path of least resistance or try to find warmer, moist paths to sustain themselves longer. Regardless, I wanted to post a quick update and will do so again either tonight or early in the morning tomorrow, Christmas Eve, before heading back to the family farm. The snow still will not start until the afternoon/evening on Christmas Eve if the models hold true, so stay tuned for another update. Have a good one!
Andrew Buck Michael
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