U.S. cities with the best odds for a white Christmas

Are you dreaming of a white Christmas this year? You may want to travel to get more favorable odds. As reported in the December 2017 issue of Popular Mechanics, the chance of a white Christmas is about 10% less than in 1942 when the popular Christmas tune was written due to Climate Change. 

There are, however,  some major cities in the United States that have a better chance most. Like Minneapolis. It’s one of the country’s most northern and coldest cities, and according to Accuweather.com, it’s your best bet with a 77% chance of having at least 1 inch of snow on the ground come Christmas. 

Or head toward The Rockies, and spend Christmas in Denver where there is a 50% chance of a white Christmas. If the mountains aren’t your thing, head towards the Great Lakes. Milwaukee, Detroit, and Buffalo all have a 47% chance of seeing the treetops glisten.

There are also some smaller cities with a 91-100% chance of a white Christmas every year according to ThoughtCo.com. Places such as Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Bozeman, Montana, Aspen, Colorado, Anchorage, Alaska, Marquette, Michigan, Winthrop, Washington, and even Mammoth Lakes in sunny California. 

Watch the video to see your white Christmas destinations.