“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas” and this year it’s looking more and more like it will be a white Christmas. Seattle’s 14-day forecast currently has not one but eight days of snow in it. Let’s check it out.

According to The Weather Network, beginning on December 25th, Seattleites can expect “mixed precipitation” with a temperature of 37 degrees. Now if the temperature drops a little bit more, the current forecast looks like the city could see some real snow. Especially because there are flurries and light snow predicted December 26th through 29th. Levels of predicted snow range from 0.25 inches all the way up to 4 inches!

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Photo via The Weather Network

The snow doesn’t end there though as there are also snow and light flurries predicted on both January 1st and 2nd. Who knows, if it stays cold enough, there could be even more snow headed our way after that. So make sure you have a shovel, some salt, and get ready to have a real winter this year.

Heck, you might as well enjoy the snow elsewhere in the state while you’re at it. You can enjoy skiing or even a horse-drawn sleigh ride in Leavenworth. We’ll keep our fingers crossed for some snow to end the year on a high note, until then, happy holidays folks!