Milder weather keeps the chances of a White Christmas to a minimum
Beautiful today before much needed rain arrives this weekend
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MILWAUKEE (CBS 58)--If we're wishing for a white Christmas, than we probably need to have temps follow suit with colder air. And unfortunately it's not in the cards at least this year. According to the National Weather Service, since records started in the 1870s, we've had measurable snow 23% of past Christmas Days and received at least an inch on 13 past Christmas Days.
Unfortunately, with highs in the low 40s by the end of the week, it just doesn't set the stage for a snow event. According to one reliable computer model, it looks more rainy than snowy on Christmas Eve. And then Christmas Day looks fairy dry but a few flakes of snow are possible. Otherwise, it looks quiet for most of the week. Good weather for traveling.
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