Good travel day Monday, flurries may fall in time for Christmas

Good travel day Monday, flurries may fall in time for Christmas

Good travel day Monday, flurries may fall in time for Christmas

Remember, the odds of a white Christmas in Boston are slim in spite of what the songs might say.

Fog is expected on Christmas Eve from 11am and then there will be sunny intervals throughout the day on Merseyside.

Clouds from our next weather system are pushing east Sunday. We should top out around 43 in the metro area.

The minimum temperature on the last day of 2018 will reach a new low so far this winter, falling below the 13.5 degrees Celsius mark that was recorded on December 13, the weather agency said in a weekly forecast released on Sunday. Light accumulations and a slick spot or two are possible on Monday morning, but it should not be a widespread issue.

Those in Northern Canada can expect typical weather conditions for this time of year. These are the areas most likely to need road crews.

Forecasters are predicting a cold Christmas Eve night before temperatures warm up for the big day.

From warm Christmas to chilly New Year's Eve at 11 degrees Celsius
Clear skies for Sunday

Mr Wilson added there is very little change in the weather as we hit Boxing Day, which is also expected to be largely dry and mild.

The last time the city had snow on Christmas Day was back in 2010 and it's unlikely the long wait will end tomorrow.

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Large swathes of England will be blanketed in freezing fog to bring a misty start to Christmas Day.

Historically, Richmond only has about an 8% chance of a white Christmas, which is defined as an inch or more of snow on the ground. There are still several uncertainties with this storm system, but confidence is growing that travel will be impacted across the region as a wintry mix of rain/snow/sleet arrives.

There will be a maximum temperature of six degrees Celsius and a low of three degrees, with light westerly winds.

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