With the forecast changing day to day, it's looking less and less likely we're going to have a white Christmas this year.

Environment Canada Meteorologist Dan Kulak, says temperatures won't be as warm next week as we've been enjoying the last couple of weeks.

"The Christmas forecast for December 25th, right now, does look to have a chance of flurries and a high of about minus four degrees," he said.

He says the predication of just how much snow we could see on Christmas Day is still difficult to say, as the trends change day to day.

Kulak says if it does decide to snow, we won't see much.

"We're not expecting a lot of precipitation for Christmas Day this point in time, certainly, the trends can change significantly," he said.

He says you can expect the warmer temperatures to continue through the weekend, cooling off into the evening, Sunday, December 23.

 

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