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White Christmas-1989-Lumberton NC
Christmas has lots of commercial images that people are very sentimental about. One strong one is a “White Christmas”. A White Christmas is rare in Southeast NC but I have lived long enough to experience at least one.
The largest snowstorm in history for the Southeast U.S. coast occurred just before Christmas 1989. This storm broke all-time snowfall records in Wilmington, NC (15.3 inches), Cape Hatteras, NC (13.3 inches), Charleston, NC (8 inches), and Savannah, GA (3.6 inches).
Measurable snow fell as far south as Jacksonville and Tallahassee, Florida, and snow flurries were reported in Tampa and near Sarasota.
In Lumberton, NC we saw close to 10 inches of snow and we did have a “White Christmas”. Today is sunny and without a “White Christmas” but still wishing you a Merry Christmas.