Meteorologist Ray Petelin is back with another home science lesson!By Ray Petelin

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — Twas a little before Christmas and all around town, people were wondering if this year’s Christmas will be white or if this year will be brown.

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If I remember correctly, the chances aren’t that magnificent.

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Getting one inch of snow or more on Christmas Day historically is 17 percent!

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Does that mean the rest of Christmases are brown?

Not really, 38% of Christmases come with snow already on the ground.

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Now, Getting the most snow on record for Christmas could scare up some Grinches.

Wasn’t last year the most we have had?

Yep….5.1 inches!

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Christmas’ coldest temperature was back in 1983.

It certainly was. That year it dropped to minus 12 degrees!

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The warmest Christmas was in 1895 and probably felt like Heaven.

Santa may have even worn shorts because that Christmas hit 67.

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The wettest, not whitest Christmas was in 1944.

Over an inch of precipitation came down (1.07”) that year.

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It sounds like it poured.

Now you know Pittsburgh’s weather of Christmas and the chances of it being white.

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Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night … or whatever time you’re watching this.