Silent night… All is calm – Christmas weather forecast for U.S.

 Friday, December 21, 2018

Over the weekend and into the Christmas holiday the weather across most of the country will calm down and remain on the tranquil side.




How will the weather pan out during Christmas? This is one question that crosses the minds of many – airports, hotels, tourism boards who are looking to create records as well as holidaymakers who want to make the most of this festive season.




After a stormy Friday, it will be calm and serene except for Northwest. Pacific Northwest, can expect storm, rain, wind, and snow over the weekend.





As per, occasionally heavy rain, gusty winds and even some thunderstorms are likely in the Northeast on Friday.  Rain showers and wind are forecast for the eastern Great Lakes, Ohio Valley and Southeast.





The Pacific Northwest will witness most volatile weather in the weekend. By Sunday, drenching rain is likely in the Pacific Northwest and parts of Northern California. Snow will spread from the Cascades and Sierra into the Great Basin and northern Rockies.





As per AccuWeather, stormy conditions are expected to subside from south to north during Saturday and Saturday night in the East, and dry conditions should return by Saturday night and Sunday.




Travellers to U.S. from U.K., other parts of the world and within America would be relieved, giving final touches to their Christmas celebrations.




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