As for the record highest snow depth on Christmas day, that occurred in 2004 with a snow depth of 16 inches.
>>PHOTOS: The 2004 Christmas snowstorm
So, will the Miami Valley have a White Christmas this year?
It's not looking so good.
First, let's start with the probability of precipitation. From now through Dec. 25, our chances of precipitation look to be very low.
Then there's the temperatures outlook. Long-range temperature trends show warmer than normal outlook through the holiday. Typical highs around Christmas are in the middle 30s. That means, if there was precipitation falling it would likely be liquid and not in the form of snow.
With that said, our chances of a White Christmas very low and not likely to happen.
Maybe next year.