Forecasters Predict This Could Be The Wettest Western Washington December On Record

by Norm Gregory on December 22, 2015

in Seattle Snow, weather

Although it’s the rain that keeps breaking records in Western Washington, it’s the snow that has people talking.

Forecasters initially predicted light snow could fall in the lowlands Christmas Day but said it probably wouldn’t stick.

Now, it’s more likely Christmas will bring a bit of sunshine and highs in the upper 30s.

There have only been five “White Christmases” in Seattle in the last 120 years, most recently in 2008. The National Weather Service defines a White Christmas as having at least 1 inch of snow.

Source: The News Tribune

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