The last time West Michigan experienced a white Christmas was in 2013.  In fact, we've only had snow on Christmas twice since 2010.  Could this be our year?

It seems like every year we get a big snow storm about a week or two before Christmas.  Then, it warms up and rains.  All of the snow melts and we have a green/brown Christmas.

It looked like that was going to be the case again in 2017, but wait!

Although a warm-up with rain is expected just days before Christmas, the Christmas Eve forecast brings us hope!

The 10-day forecast on weather.com says we can expect evening snow showers with a high of 28 and a low of 17 on Christmas Eve.  Temps are expected to remain below freezing on Christmas Day which means...a white Christmas for West Michigan!


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