Will It Snow on Christmas?




Everyone wants a white Christmas, right?

Even if you consider stories about the white stuff during the holidays pure media fluff on slow news days, you can't deny that you want a sprinkling of powder to set the scene Christmas day. The sight of snow flakes hits us square in the sweet parts of our soul on the 25th.

And to that point, even if you consider the stories fluff, you have to love historical breakdowns of weather trends (at least we do), so of course you're going to dig this piece from Rich Exner, the PD's numbers guru, which provides all the info you'd ever want on the history of white Christmases in Cleveland.

We're weather nerds, what can we say?

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