Do you live in a place where it snows? Do you get White Christmas's?

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  1. joanwz profile image80
    joanwzposted 11 years ago

    Do you live in a place where it snows? Do you get White Christmas's?

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    JThomp42posted 11 years ago

    Yes, I live in Northeast Tennessee. We normally have quite a bit of snow in the mountains here, I can recall having many white Christmas's. There is nothing like having a white Christmas. Love them.

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    Thundermamaposted 11 years ago

    I am so lucky to live in a place where we get a white Christmas every year. It often doesn't show up the week before Christmas, but I am thrilled when it does. It just wouldn't feel like Christmas without it.

  4. AmandaLyn101089 profile image59
    AmandaLyn101089posted 11 years ago

    I live in Central Pennsylvania, and it snows here a lot. We usually have snow on the ground for Christmas. However, this year, I am questioning whether or not we will have a white Christmas. Just two days ago it was over 70 degrees out. If we do not start having more seasonal weather, the ground won't be cold enough for any snow we do get to lay.

    1. joanwz profile image80
      joanwzposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Yeah, we're having unseasonably warm weather for this time of year. We're looking for Christmas trees and shopping in shorts, t-shirts, and sandals. Yuk!

  5. Goody5 profile image60
    Goody5posted 11 years ago

    Yes, but it looks like it's too warm for a white Christmas this year.

  6. eternals3ptember profile image61
    eternals3ptemberposted 11 years ago

    Los Angeles. Leaves are still on the trees, went biking in a t-shirt today, bougainvillea blossoms are gently swaying to the breeze... If I want anow the mountains are an hour away.

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    rachellwposted 11 years ago

    I used to live in Arizona and we didn't get snow, but I was from Pennsylvania originally and grew up where it snowed quite a bit. My boyfriend wanted to be close to his family, so we moved to the Chicago area. We get a lot of snow, more than Pennsylvania. I miss the warm weather of Arizona, but I still like the four seasons we have here. I love the changing leaves and the snow that begins falling around November. Everything is always brown in Arizona. It had its own kind of beauty especially in the mountains, but the beauty of the four seasons can't be beat. Yes, we get white Christmas's occasionally just because it can snow so much. However, the weather has been warm here this year, so I don't know that we will get much snow or a white Christmas.

    1. joanwz profile image80
      joanwzposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Houston is like Arizona, mild winters and no snow.

  8. Monis Mas profile image70
    Monis Masposted 11 years ago

    I do get to have White Christmas pretty much every year, but I don't really like snow... I know, I suck! I just don't like winter and cold in general!

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      Renee Collinsposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      I'm not a big fan of winter and snow and cold that comes with it either. I guess we both suck!!

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    lisasuniquevoiceposted 11 years ago


    I've lived in Michigan all of my life and it snows pretty much every winter. Growing up I remember having a white Christmas most years. The colorful lights at night during the holiday season look amazing under a new fallen snow.


    1. joanwz profile image80
      joanwzposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      I'll bet the colored lights DO look amazing with that white backdrop of snow.

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      lisasuniquevoiceposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      The lights do look especially pretty when a light snow falls onto of them. The colors are softened by the blanket of white. Lisa

  10. Gina145 profile image68
    Gina145posted 11 years ago

    I live in South Africa.  As I am in the Southern Hemisphere, the only chance of a white Christmas would be if we had a really severe hailstorm, which does happen from time to time.  I certainly hope we don't have another one anytime soon.
    Where I live it hardly ever snows.  We've had snow here three times in the last thirty years.

  11. safiq ali patel profile image66
    safiq ali patelposted 11 years ago

    Never in Mumbai does it snow at Christmas. It is hot and humid over Christmas. Mild pleasant weather really.

  12. eelo profile image61
    eeloposted 11 years ago

    I live in Milwaukee, WI.  There's probably snow-covering 80% of the time, I'd guess.  We had a bizarre winter with almost no snow last year.  Many grumble about the snow, but it reflects extra light in the dark winter, which is what I love.  And there's almost a softer background noise or something when snow covers everything.  It's tranquil.

    1. joanwz profile image80
      joanwzposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Wow, I didn't realize that it muffled sound like that. I live in Houston area where we never get snow unless it's a freak event.

  13. Audrey Baker profile image75
    Audrey Bakerposted 11 years ago

    It's in the 70's where I live, and I love it. I came from a snowy place and wasn't a fan of the cold air, driving, or walking conditions (I fell on ice my share of times) in the winter. I will admit it is pretty, but that just doesn't weigh as heavily when I can't control my car.

    If a day ever comes that I wish to visit the snow, I can do so by heading north for a couple hours. Meanwhile, watching Christmas movies seems to provide me all the snowy images I need. There is also a town nearby where snow is made each year on a day in December. It gives the local children a chance to play in the snow.

  14. wetskirt profile image64
    wetskirtposted 11 years ago

    Right here, Carinthia, Austria, it's snowing pretty hard, the scraping sound of shovels everywhere as the neighbours are clearing their pavements and driveways of that white stuff. Skiing season is on since mid November ad it lasts till Easter.
    In the moment there is even snow at Venice, but it wo'nt last till Christmas, I'm sure.
    Seasons Greetings out of W├Ârthersee, wetskirt

    1. joanwz profile image80
      joanwzposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Season' greeting to you too.

  15. brimancandy profile image78
    brimancandyposted 11 years ago

    I live in northern Michigan, and we have not received that much snow. We actually had zero snow yesterday, and today we woke up to 4 inches on the ground, but, most of it was melted by the afternoon. It seems that our winters here are arriving later, and making our usually flowering springs miserable. last year it was warmer in January and February, then it was in March. April was also cold, and when May came, we went from the 40's to the 80's in a week. Then it stayed that way the rest of summer, and even into September.

  16. mr-veg profile image60
    mr-vegposted 11 years ago

    It is snowing outside as am answering your questions, and yes so far all the 6 years I have been here and seen the X'mas, it has been a white Christmas !! And I love it deep down in my heart !!

  17. nightwork4 profile image60
    nightwork4posted 11 years ago

    i live in Ontario Canada on the Michigan border and we get plenty of snow. not as much as we did years ago but it is white outside as i write this and we will most likely end up with at least 2ft., of snow by x-mas.

  18. renee21 profile image79
    renee21posted 11 years ago

    Yes, it definitely snows where I live.  I get white Christmas's almost every year.  I'd rather have a white Christmas than a green one.

  19. cc--thinkitout profile image60
    cc--thinkitoutposted 11 years ago

    Absolutely and I love it. The kids have a blast and I get free time inside where its nice and peaceful!

    1. joanwz profile image80
      joanwzposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      I love this. There is nothing like a little peace and quiet. We love our kids, but it sure is nice when we can send outside to play.

    2. cc--thinkitout profile image60
      cc--thinkitoutposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Absolutely. And they have a great time. Its free, good ol' fashioned fun. They think it's great and us as mothers cannot possibly imagine being out there in that cold snow!!

  20. KDeus profile image92
    KDeusposted 11 years ago

    Unfortunately, no. Here in Florida, we have very few days below freezing and it makes for great longing to be back home in PA to have a White Christmas. My kids have never experienced a white Christmas and have only seen snow a few times in their life. It doesn't feel like Christmas without the snow and with temps in the 70-80s.

    1. joanwz profile image80
      joanwzposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Yeah, we live in Houston. It's the same here. My kids never experienced a whilte Chirstmas either.

  21. Faith A Mullen profile image80
    Faith A Mullenposted 11 years ago

    I grew up in Pennsylvania and we frequently had white Christmases. Now I am living in the south, so I have to go back home to PA if I want some real snow!

    1. KDeus profile image92
      KDeusposted 11 years agoin reply to this

      Faith, same as me. I so very much miss the winters in PA. I grew up skiing and I just long for home especially during the fall and winter.

  22. heartofgold200 profile image60
    heartofgold200posted 11 years ago

    Yes I do my boys love to play in the snow and I got out and take pictures memories are the best.

  23. AngelitaRose profile image61
    AngelitaRoseposted 11 years ago

    yes Absolutely I love it. I am so lucky to live in a place where we get a white Christmas every year.

  24. taseen1993 profile image60
    taseen1993posted 11 years ago

    Absolutely and I love it.Because we have a blast and  get free time inside where its nice and peaceful!

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    ecigarette2012posted 11 years ago
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    Renee Collinsposted 11 years ago

    This will be my first Christmas in South Carolina and we still haven't gotten any snow. I admit I'm getting a little disappointed. I have never liked snow much, since where I'm from you can get snow as early as November and it'll linger until about February or March, but I can appreciate it on Christmas.

  27. Byonder5 profile image59
    Byonder5posted 11 years ago

    Yes, and no! Or hardly ever! And anyway we have not been promised a white Christmas this year in the UK, it will be grey and drizzly.
    Just like it always is.

  28. Ebonny profile image71
    Ebonnyposted 11 years ago

    Sometimes yes - and when it happens it certainly adds to that Christmassy feeling!

  29. worldtravelexpert profile image70
    worldtravelexpertposted 11 years ago

    Yep, in London it snows pretty much most years now. The thing is, I love playing in the snow and snowboarding and the like but doing mundane things in the snow is just a drag - commuting in the snow, slipping on the pavement in the ice etc. It's good for holidays but not for living in! (That's why I've booked a week on the ski slopes of Austria this year!)

  30. ryanjhoe profile image54
    ryanjhoeposted 11 years ago

    No. I live in tropical area where there's no snow at my place because we only have dry and rainy seasons. White Christmas perhaps christmas during winter and snowy.


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