Just so some of you know, the official definition of a "white Christmas" in the U.S. is 1" of snow on the ground at 7 AM local time Christmas morning. The definition also varies for other counties. #Seattle's probability of a white Christmas is about 7%.— NWS Seattle (@NWSSeattle) December 23, 2017
As of 1600 Local 24 December here in the 98-double Ought-3, it is snowing lightly; the original forecast called for snow and then rain and then more snow, but the current forecast says snow and snow showers until tomorrow afternoon, so...
UPDATE: It is now 10:26 AM on Monday, December 25
Ho ho ho.