Where You May Have to Go in The ‘South’ to See a White Christmas
If you're hoping for a white Christmas in South Louisiana, well that probably won't happen this year.
However, you may be able to experience a white Christmas down "South" in 2023.
The only problem is if you're in Louisiana, Mississippi, or Alabama you'll have to drive northwest this holiday season.
According to the Farmer's Almanac, there could be stormy weather with possible heavy snow over the Rocky Mountains and Plains. That could push into the upper parts of upper Texas, thus giving some in the "Soith" a white Christmas.
For those of us along the gulf coast, the Famer's Almanac is calling for a cold Christmas and some may even wake up on Christmas morning to frost on the ground. Sure, it's not snow, but it could make for nice photos while still in your pajamas.
If you're curious, in 1953 snow fell from the sky on Christmas Day in New Orleans, but there was not enough snow to accumulate on that Christmas Day.
Again, if you're wishing for a white Christmas down south, you'll most likely have to drive several hours west this year or hope for the predicted frost along the gulf coast.
For a more accurate Christmas forecast, I encourage you to tune into our media partners at KATC TV-3 as we get closer to the week of Christmas.
In any case, we hope that you and your family enjoy Christmas together.