Toronto currently has a 60-70% chance of getting a white Christmas this year

Dec 14 2017, 1:46 am

Are you dreaming of a white Christmas?

If so, this may be your year.

According to Peter Kimbell at Environment Canada, Toronto has pretty good chance for  white Christmas.

Kimbell said with the 7 to 8 cm of snow already on the ground, and more snow in the forecast, there’s a 60 to 70% chance of a white Christmas.

The Weather Network is currently showing a system moving into Toronto days before Christmas. Starting December 21, it’s forecast to snow up to 15 cm, with additional accumulation to follow until December 23.

The Weather Network

While it looks like a sunny Christmas day, all that snow will be on the ground as temperatures will be below freezing the entire time.

US-based AccuWeather is also forecasting an “unsettled pattern” in the days leading up to Christmas may increase odds for a white Christmas in the northeastern States.

Their pattern reflects the same storm hitting Toronto, which means snow is definitely on its way, bringing with it a white Christmas… just like the ones you used to know.


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