By Jo Farrow
Would this be the pinnacle of the winter, a covering of white on the 25th, or do you live in an area where you'd be glad to see snow at any point this winter.
It turns out it is quite a complicated business defining a White Christmas, from the observations. A look at various types of frozen precipitation, including those that look like snow but aren't and out in the cold 'sleet'. https://www.netweather.tv/weather-forecasts/news/8573-wintry-showers-and-what-counts-for-white-christmas-observations
By William Grimsley
When do you think it's appropriate to start listening to Christmas songs? I started back in September for something more cheerful to listen to. Do you think this is too early or normal?
Well, the supermarkets and other shops have been playing Xmas songs for weeks now. Personally I detest it and I wish they (the shops) would leave off until Christmas Eve to play these songs.
However, I do have some favourites. And I love the Coventry Carol and most of the traditional songs. And my favourite modern one is 'A Spaceman Came Travelling' by Chris De Burgh.
So, which ones (trad' and modern) do you like? And do you like to hear them played in shops from October to January?
It's that time of year already - just 50 days until Christmas Day and that can only mean we unleash the new, improved Santa Shaker on an unsuspecting World.
Go on give him a shake while you read the Christmas forecast updates, and see what the snow risk is for your region on the 25th.
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