Well it looks like we are going to have more of a wet Christmas than a white one. With the forecasted rain in the next couple of days, Environment Canada says temps are going to be warm. Senior Climatologist David Phillips says this is especially true for Christmas Eve.

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Phillips says those flurries could happen on Christmas, but the flurry activity expected won’t cut it as a white Christmas.

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Phillips does say there is good news as we can expect temps to drop from Boxing Day onwards.

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Conditions will also be favourable for local ski hills and provincial parks.