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These Ontario Cities Have A 100% Chance Of A White Christmas

And Toronto's snowfall could be "perfectly timed for Christmas morning." ☃️🎄

If you're dreaming of a white Christmas this year, Ontario's Christmas Day forecast might make your wish come true.

According to The Weather Network, there are two cities that are guaranteed to see snow on December 25.

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In Thunder Bay and Timmins, the chances of a white Christmas are 100%.

By The Weather Network's definition, it requires at least 2 cm of snow on the ground by 7:00 a.m. on December 25.

While it's not 100% guaranteed, snow is very likely in Toronto as well.

"Toronto is up to a high chance [of a white Christmas] now," said meteorologist Jaclyn Whittal.

And the Toronto snowfall should be "perfectly timed," she added.

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