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Christmas Climatology Saint Louis, Missouri. Fun Facts! To be considered a white Christmas there needs to be at least an inch of snow on the ground by 6:00 am Christmas Day.

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christmas climatology saint louis missouri
ChristmasClimatologySaint Louis, Missouri
  • Fun Facts!
  • To be considered a white Christmas there needs to be at least an inch of snow on the ground by 6:00 am Christmas Day.
  • Since 1892 the St. Louis area has had 21 Christmas Days with snow. This means there is only a 17.6% chance of a white Christmas!
  • Last White Christmas: 2010 (0.3 in. of snowfall and 3 in. snow depth)

Records:(1874 - present) Temperature / Precipitation (139 years)(1891 - present) Snowfall (120 years)(1892 - present) Snow Depth (121 years)

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Christmas ClimatologySaint Louis, Missouri
  • Fun Facts!
  • To be considered a white Christmas there needs to be at least an inch of snow on the ground by 6:00 am Christmas Day.
  • Since 1892 the St. Louis area has had 21 Christmas Days with snow. This means there is a 20.6% chance of a white Christmas!
  • Last White Christmas: 2010 (0.3 in. of snowfall and 3 in. snow depth)

Records:(1874 - present) Temperature / Precipitation(1891 – present) Snowfall(1892 – present) Snow Depth

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Columbia, Missouri
  • Fun Facts!
  • To be considered a white Christmas there needs to be at least an inch of snow on the ground by 6:00 am Christmas Day.
  • Since 1890 the Columbia area has had 26 Christmas Days with snow. This means there is a 21.3% chance of a white Christmas!
  • Last White Christmas: 2010 (trace of snowfall and 6 in. snow depth).

Records:(1890 - present) Temperature / Precipitation (123 years)(1890 - present [missing 1996-1997]) Snowfall (123 years)(1893 - present [missing 1996-1997]) Snow Depth (120 years)

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Quincy, Illinois
  • Fun Facts!
  • To be considered a white Christmas there needs to be at least an inch of snow on the ground by 6:00 am Christmas Day.

Records:(1901 - present) Temperature / Precipitation (112 years)

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4th of July ClimatologyColumbia, Missouri
  • Fun Facts!
  • Since 1889, nine of the 4th of July’s have had rainfall totals of an inch or more!

Records:(1890 - present) Temperature / Precipitation (123 years)(1890 - present [missing 1996-1997]) Snowfall (123 years)(1893 - present [missing 1996-1997]) Snow Depth (120 years)

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Easter ClimatologyQuincy, Illinois
  • Fun Facts!
  • 41 days since 1901 have had a daily precipitation amount of 0.01 or more. There has always been more than a trace.

Records:(1901 - present) Temperature / Precipitation (112 years)

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New Years ClimatologySaint Louis, Missouri
  • Fun Facts!
  • Out of the 68 days that have received a trace or more of precipitation, only one had more than an inch!
  • There is a 18% chance that the St. Louis area will have a white New Years Day.

Records:(1874 - present) Temperature / Precipitation (139 years)(1891 – present) Snowfall (121 years)(1892 – present) Snow Depth (120 years)