Even though it's still summer, I'm sure you've noticed that the mornings have been much cooler lately. That means fall is pretty much here and winter is on its way!
When I think of Christmas, I think presents, delicious meals, spending time with family, being warm by a fire, and, most importantly, snow. Christmas just isn't the same without the snow. Nobody wants to see grass during this time of year, because Christmas is synonymous with snow.
When it comes to weather predictions, most sources can barely predict next week's forecast, let alone this winter's or next year's forecast!
The most reliable source that predicts upcoming forecasts is the Old Farmer's Almanac. They're so reliable in fact that they have an 80% accuracy rate!
Based on the predictions and information provided by The Old Farmer's Alamanac, we've categorized each province by whether they are having a white Christmas or not.
Provinces and territories that WILL be having a White Christmas:
- British Columbia
- Northwest Territories
- New Brunswick
- Prince Edward Island
- Nova Scotia
For the majority of these provinces, it seems as though the snowiest periods will be January, February and March.
Unfortunately for two provinces and one territory, a white christmas WILL NOT be in the forecast this year:
- Southern Ontario
- Newfoundland & Labrador
The coldest months nationwide will be between January and February.
Time to start planning ahead!