The definition of 'White Christmas' means there's at least one inch of the white stuff on the ground come Christmas Day. If you've been dreaming of a white Christmas in South Jersey this holiday season, you might not want to continuing reading this.

Since we were blanketed of up to 5 inches of snow in parts of South Jersey yesterday,   I thought it would be a good idea to check the odds of South Jersey having a white Christmas for 2018 on the web site Will I Get A White Christmas.

According to the site, it looks like we'll may have a really good chance of  having a white Christmas as the odds have jumper to 50%! Last year, there was a  Big Fat ZERO percent chance in the Atlantic City area for December 25th.

I'm by no means a 'snow lover' but, what's prettier than waking up on Christmas Day to a couple of inches of the white stuff? As long as it's only a couple of inches!

There's still time for the odds to increase or decrease for snow on Christmas Day. Here's to hoping!

Source: willigetawhitechristmas.com

 

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