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The Old Farmer’s Almanac Is Online & Predicting White Christmases

A Christmas tree in a snowy forest, lit up with festive lights.
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Dreaming of a white Christmas? Well, the Old Farmer’s Almanac may be able to tell you if you’ll get one—and you can do so all online.

You may have already seen a few of the snow predictions for your area thanks to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration winter outlook that came out in late October. But now, there’s a more precise tool that narrows things down to the biggest date of the winter season: Christmas. Using the Old Farmer’s Almanac website, you can see not just the overarching predictions for your region for the entirety of winter but also narrow things down to Christmas Day.

To do so, you can visit their prediction page here. Once there, you’ll find the outlooks organized by region. Click your specific location and a new tab will pop up. You’ll see a breakdown of the areas the Old Farmer’s Almanac defines as in that region, and ultra-specific date ranges (including Christmas Day) that’ll let you know if snow is headed your way after Santa’s visit.

If you’ve been singing “I’m Dreaming of a White Christmas” around your house, you may want to check out the Old Farmer’s Almanac.

[Via Delish]

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