With a little less than two weeks to go until Christmas, will we have a "white" Christmas? Apparently, the definition of a white Christmas is one inch of snow on the ground, on December 25th. With all the snow we're getting today, you would think some of this will still be around on Christmas Day. Historically, MLive.com says (in this story from 2014) the odds of Lansing having a white Christmas during any given year, are about 75%.

What about the rest of America? Here's a handy graphic, from the Weather Channel, showing the chances for a white Christmas in major cities across America.

Fun fact: in the last 70 years, Marquette has had only 4 Christmas Days without snow. I'm surprised they had THAT many.


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