Will We Have a White Christmas? It's an age-old question that occurs to almost everyone this time of year. The map from the Climate Atlas shows the statistical probability (in percent) that a snow depth of at least 1 inch will be observed on December 25th. Highest probabilities are in northern and mountainous areas of the country. The probability was computed using snow depth observations for December 25th for the full period of record for a given station (rather than just the 1961-1990 climatological normals period).
In the icy waters of the Bay of Exploits in northern Newfoundland, a Canadian couple on an innocent boat ride were put in a dangerous situation as one of the region's massive icebergs suddenly crumbled.Read Story >
Many search for the perfect getaway, without realizing that weather can majorly influence those desired picturesque sunsets, hours of sightseeing and lazy beach days.Read Story >