National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

While climatology generally says the local area can expect a white Christmas (an inch of snow on the ground or falling that day) about 60-80% of the time, Mother Nature may not always cooperate.

With little snow falling during the month of December, and ample mild air to melt it when it did, the local area is "snow free". Looking ahead up to Christmas day the threat for a weather system to bring accumulating, and lasting snow, to the region is rather low at this time. 

So unfortunately, unlike last year when several inches of snow blanketed the area Christmas morning, with more falling that day....the chances for a White Christmas this year are looking very low (<10%).  



map of chances for white christmas across the United States snow depth
White Christmas Climatology MRCC - Morning Snow Depth


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