Cleveland — Christmas Snow Past.
Even people who don’t really like snow say they don’t mind putting a bit of white stuff on the ground for Christmas or Hanukkah.
Of course it’s December. So snow is what we expect.
Since records began in northern Ohio 126 years ago, there have been 52 snowfalls of at least 1 inch on December 25th. This he is 41%. Or roughly twice every five years a “white Christmas”.
With the chills arriving this weekend and expected to continue through the end of the year, it’s becoming increasingly likely that we’ll see snow on Christmas.
Related: Dreaming of a white Christmas?Northeastern Ohio could soon see snow
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