What are the chances of a white Christmas in Kamloops?

By Chad Harris
December 21, 2015 - 8:42am Updated: December 21, 2015 - 6:20pm

KAMLOOPS — Kamloops is likely to have a relatively white Christmas this year.

Environment Canada Meteorologist Lisa Coldwells says it's unknown if Kamloops will see much additional snow before the big day arrives. 

"It's going to stay dry, the amount of snow is going to stay low, but at least the snow that is here is not going to go away until Christmas," said Coldwells. 

The long term forecasted daily high temperatures for the next few days isn't expected to get much higher than 0°C. 

Environment Canada indicates a white christmas is determined when 2cm of snow or more is on the ground at 7am on December 25. 

For a full list of Canadian cities, with their chance of seeing a white Christmas click here.

Click here for a look at the Kamloops 5-day forecast

Positive forecast for pre-Christmas travel

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