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Could We Have A White Christmas In The Texas Panhandle This Year?

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Christmas is right around the corner being exactly one hundred and eight days left. We usually always get snow in the area during winter with chances of it up till April. Like it did last year, no snow till almost Easter . So to the many people who enjoyed a white Christmas. Does it feel like we will have a white Christmas?

Fun Fact: Christmas Day for Amarillo, back in 2011 and 2012 the area experienced the only second back to back White Christmases since 1894 and 1895. As we get closer to Christmas the chance of snow increase, we could have another blizzard or maybe no snow at all or it will be late into march for snow.

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