Smooth Sailing (or Should I Say ‘Sleighing’) for Santa!

Clear to partly cloudy skies are in store for us here in Rockford this Christmas Eve.  Temperatures will fall into the middle 20s for lows tonight with a breeze out of the west southwest around 5 to 15 mph.  With no hazardous weather in the forecast, Santa Claus will be in the clear to make his Christmas deliveries around the world tonight!  The North American Aerospace Defense Command, commonly refered to as NORAD, is tracking Santa in his sleigh at this very moment!  Check out their Santa Tracker to see when he will arrive in the Stateline!

Christmas Day temperatures will climb into record territory.  I’m forecasting 41 degrees under mostly sunny skies.  If we hit that high temperature, it will send Christmas 2011 into the Top 10 warmest Christmas Day’s in Rockford history, placing us in the number 9 position!  -JA


Posted under 13 Climate Authority, aviation, humor, record weather, space

This post was written by qni_it on December 24, 2011

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