Saskatchewan Examiner

Canadian’s Might face uncertain whether this Christmas.

White Christmas

Key takeaways:

Christmas is just a few days away, and it’s the time when Canadians start to wonder if they will see white(snow) or green(transparent) weather.

The weather network has released their snow report of this year, 2021, and it seems that most Canadians will get to have a white Christmas this year. According to the weather forecast, white Christmas is uncertain for about one-third of Canadians. It won’t be clear till Christmas day.



A cold-weather pattern is moving through the western provinces and will keep temperatures below normal until after Christmas, according to the weather forecast.

This cold temperature will even affect South Coast by bringing White Christmas. People in BC who are farther from the coast at higher elevations have very high chances of noticing snow on Christmas morning.

The forecast shows even Vancouver has a medium chance of snow; those who reside in Victoria will be enjoying Green Christmas, according to the estimates, as the snow here remains low.

Moving towards the east of the Rockies, the Wheather Network says that the east part of Canada, which already has snow, will keep cold temperatures which will prevent snow from melting away.

Alberta and Saskatchewan may get a fresh dusting of snow but won’t see much growth on top of what’s already on the ground, which the forecast predicts.

Calgary and Regina have excellent chances of having snow on Christmas day. At the same time, Saskatoon and Edmonton will have 100% White Christmas, according to the forecast.

The white Christmas cold weather pattern of the West Coast will slowly move to the east, but it will not bring snow for everyone in the central provinces.

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