White Christmas In Chicago 2013? The Odds For A Snowy Holiday Are Looking Good

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Hope you’re ready for some more white stuff, Chicago!
WGN meteorologist Tom Skilling is predicting a Clipper-type storm system will bring between one and three inches of snowfall to the Chicago area over about 10 hours beginning late Christmas Eve on Tuesday night.
A “white Christmas” is defined as a Christmas Day when at least one inch of snow is on the ground — something that has happened of the last 50 years in Chicago, Skilling notes. The anticipated snow will mark the city’s first white Christmas in three years.
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