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December 22, 2010 11:01 ET

The Weather Network Releases Ho! Ho! Snow Report

Media Alert / Interview Opportunity

The Weather Network Meteorologists Available to Discuss What's in Store for Your Area This Christmas

OAKVILLE, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Dec. 22, 2010) -

Attention City Editors/News/Assignment/Lifestyle Editors

The Weather Network's jolliest travel correspondent, Santa Claus, and his reindeers, are checking the weather twice as they prepare to take flight to deliver gifts to good little girls and boys around the world. On Wednesday, December 22 and Thursday December 23, The Weather Network meteorologist, Chris Scott, is available to shed some light on what Santa can expect in your area, as well as the weather you can expect on Christmas day.

The Weather Network's just-released Ho! Ho! Snow Report indicates that Canadians can expect a typical "White Christmas" across the country this year, with the exception of the south coast of British Columbia, and Atlantic Canada, where some traditionally snowy locations in Nova Scotia, PEI and Newfoundland may see a green Christmas. These conditions are due in part to a jet stream pattern which will give many areas of Europe an unusually white Christmas. Across Southern Ontario, there are huge variations in the amount of snow on the ground due to recent lake-effect snow; areas such as London will have 50 centimetres or more on the ground for Christmas morning, whereas other areas, like Toronto, will have very little. 

The Ho! Ho! Snow Report is now available online here ( The Weather Network has all the information needed for those travelling to visit friends and relatives during the holiday season. Local Forecasts, Airport Forecasts, Highway Conditions and The Weather Network's Flight Tracker can all be found online at

What: The Weather Network meteorologist, Chris Scott is available by phone to provide insight into whether your region will see a White Christmas and travel conditions across Canada and for your region.
When: Wednesday, December 22 & Thursday, December 23, 2010
Who: Chris Scott, Meteorologist, The Weather Network

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