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White Christmas Chances for the Tuscarawas Valley

Christmas is still two weeks out, but folks across Tuscarawas County are already wondering if a White Christmas is in our future.

According to NOAA, the upcoming weather pattern makes it increasingly likely for a While Christmas in the Tuscarawas Valley. Here is the precipitation outlook for the week BEFORE Christmas:

NOAA precipitation outlook map

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