With the recent snow we have received here in Western Montana, there isn't much of a question, we will be having a White Christmas. But what does Sunday, December 25th look like forecast wise? To be honest, it looks cold.

According to Accuweather for Christmas Day we are looking at periods of snow throughout the day with a high of 22, and a low at night of around just 8 degrees. We will have a 66% chance at precipitation and with those cold temps that means some snow. The good news is that we aren't looking at very much wind, so that's nice.

The record high for Missoula was set back in 1908 when there were record temps of 52 degrees. And the all time record low on Christmas day around Missoula was in 1948 when there were temperatures of -18 degrees.


    Look at the beautifully snow covered Lolo, MT!

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