Cold, wet, and nasty. Nice. Warm enough to go swimming on New Year's Day. All of these describe Wintertime in New Orleans. It snows once every ten years or so, but we get nights below freezing on a regular basis. The way to gauge winter weather here is to look at what's coming down to us from the midwest and the Rockies. If they're getting bombarded with "artic blasts," we'll see the same weather in the fom of nasty, cold, rainy days. If Chicago isn't getting as much snow, New Orleans is probably not getting as much freezing rain and nasty days.
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