Believe it or not, Christmas is just a little over two weeks away. While Seattle’s weather is a bit of a wild card, it doesn’t hurt to check out what’s in store. Here’s an updated look at the Seattle Christmas weather forecast.

With an abnormally warm fall and a relatively gentle transition into winter, Seattle’s fall was manageable. That being said, our overall winter forecast prediction of “wet and mild” has been a little more than what we’ve all bargained for.

Now it’s looking like Christmas weather will also deviate from the previously predicted wet and mild weather.

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The Old Farmers Almanac has released its long-range weather forecast for the Pacific Northwest and while the most common weather theme throughout the month is rain, there is a chance of snow.

seattle christmas weather forecast
Photo via Farmer’s Almanac

From the 21st to the 31st of December, the Almanac predicts a chance of snow.

What’s more, NOAA’s Climate normals are indeed predicting a white Christmas for the Puget Sound area. That being said, it’s a 10-25% chance of 1 or more inches of snow, but we’ll take it!

Photo via Farmers Almanac

Both the Almanac and Accuweather‘s long-range forecast are predicting an average temperature in the low to mid 40’s on Christmas Day in Seattle.

So we’ll keep our fingers crossed for at least a little snow. Until then, happy holidays!