This Could Be The Warmest Christmas Ever

Posted: Dec 21 2015, 7:39am CST | by , in News | Latest Science News


This could be the Warmest Christmas Ever
People enjoy unusual warm weather near the National Christmas tree in Washington, DC, on December 11, 2015. Credit: Getty Images
  • The Warmest Christmas Season may be a Possibility this Time Around

It is said that the warmest Christmas season of your lifetime may be a possibility this time around.

A week of warm weather will be in vogue during the Christmas season this December. This is especially so in the central and eastern United States. If such a trend continues, this Friday may be the warmest in the lives of the people who are extant right now.

Thus a White Christmas will be sorely missed in 2015 in the areas of the US mentioned above. According to The Weather Channel, meteorologists have termed it a blowtorch week. And social media has gone head over heels in viral memes about the heat wave in the midst of the otherwise freezing winter. 

This weather pattern shows a typical red or white heat center surrounded by orange and yellow. Thus we have the name “blowtorch” because that is exactly what it looks like.

The scenes on the weather experts’ maps look like a blowtorch had been applied to the world. Of course, the actual state of affairs contains no blowtorch but rather consists of a weather phenomenon which keeps the chilly weather away.

While the past week showed a cooling down, the next week will have the warmth return in full force thereby forestalling the big freeze.  

Such crazy weather phenomena are becoming more and more the norm rather than the exception. Part of the reason is global warming and the rest of the small factors are the fractals of weather change that add up in a chaos theory manner.

Thus a butterfly flaps its wings in China and you have a storm in New York. The warmer temperatures are bound to return to America sooner than you can say “what the hell!?” And while these warm layers of weather may fluctuate time to time, they will remain and last till their final days well into 2016. 

The fact that on Christmas day, the temperatures will be warmer than usual means that there won’t be any snowfall. There is also the possibility of dire weather conditions such as torrential rainfall due to which airports will remain closed.

There will be downpours, cloudy weather and lightning and thunder. The weather is a very finely balanced thing. Everything connects up with every other phenomenon to give us the winds, rain, hail, sleet and snow.

Were something to go awry in any one of the components the result will be that the weather will be rather haphazard. This much is to be expected.  

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<a href="/latest_stories/all/all/20" rel="author">Sumayah Aamir</a>
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