It may not be a massive snowfall, but there is a chance for some white stuff falling from the sky on Christmas Day in Toronto.
According to Environment Canada, there is a chance of flurries on December 25.
So while it’s not the required 2 cm of snow to technically make a “White Christmas”, it may still feel like it with some snow flurries.
And it will definitely feel it in terms of the cold, as the temperature is expected to only hit a high of 0°C.
Flurries are expected to continue throughout Christmas night, although with day and night it is only showing a 30% chance.
But before getting too excited, the Weather Network is showing no chance of flurries, just sun and clouds on Christmas Day.And with it is still being a few days away, there is a risk of temperatures changing… and maybe more snow to fall!
So… for now, you’re saying there’s a chance, Environment Canada?