White Christmas 2022: Will it snow on December 24?

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We ask ourselves if there will be a white Christmas this year and if the snow will fall just in time for the festivities. Nothing is more beautiful than contemplative snow landscapes, which lift the Christmas mood a little more. How likely is it that snow will fall this year on December 24?

The countdown is on – there are only a little more than two weeks left until Christmas, and of course, by now, everyone feels like asking: will there finally be a white Christmas again this year? Because in the past years, it was anything but wintry for the big family celebration, and no snow was to be found far and wide – at least if one did not celebrate Christmas on a hut in the mountains.

But this year, things could be slightly different if you look at the December weather forecast for the next 14 days. The thermometer reading will plummet and be pretty cold, with average temperatures between 0 and 4 degrees Celsius; even sub-zero temperatures are possible. Especially in the coming days, it is supposed to snow in large parts of Austria. But does that now mean that it will snow for Christmas?

According to weather forecasts, Austria will have up to eleven days of snow in December. So frosty days are coming our way, and it’s time to wrap up warm and put on the twilight look. Unfortunately, we can’t promise too much at this point for Christmas fans who are desperate for snow. In addition to a few snow days, there will be between 8 and 15 rainy days in December – and they could fall precisely on the days around Christmas.

While snow at Christmas used to be completely normal, the likelihood of it snowing in our country on Christmas Eve has, regrettably, decreased quite a bit in recent years, according to experts. More precisely, the chance of a white Christmas has halved in recent decades. This is shown by an evaluation of the Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics (ZAMG). Therefore, the chances of snow falling on December 24 this year are still low. Last year, however, there was at least a gentle blanket of snow on St. Stephen’s Day, i.e., on December 26, in Vienna, St. Pölten, and Linz. Nevertheless, we are confident, and hope dies last; perhaps we will experience a Christmas miracle this year after all.

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