While snow is common in the mountains this time of year, White Christmases in Denver are less so.
The National Weather Service says the chance of a Christmas with at least an inch of snow on the ground in the Mile High City is about 37 percent.
If a "White Christmas" means having measurable snowfall (0.1 inch or more) on Christmas Day,then the odds drop to about 13 percent (17 days in 130 years) since 1882, according to the NWS.
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Snow had ended statewide by late Tuesday evening but more is on the way.
A New WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY for the mountains and valleys from Vail Pass to the west starts at 6 p.m. Wednesday, lasting until early Friday morning.
Snow forecasts in the advisory area:
Mountain areas from Vail Pass to the San Juans: 6 to 12 inches
Yampa Valley, Rangely and Meeker areas: 3 to 6 inches
Colorado River Valley from Grand Junction to Eagle: 2 to 4 inches
Light flurries are in the forecast for Denver and the Front Range from time to time on Thursday.
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