Were you dreaming of an old fashion white Christmas? Obviously that is not a guarantee for Western New York as we know our weather is highly variable from year to year. The definition of a white Christmas is to measure at least 1" of snow by Christmas morning. When we look at the record books, Rochester has a 60% chance of seeing at least that 1" of snow for the holiday and the last four years have fit that definition. But how many of you remember the foot of snow we received in 2002 or the 18 inches from the winter storm of 1978? It is interesting to note that the odds of 5" of snow on the ground are about 28% and the odds of 10" or more is less than 10%. The 13 WHAM Weather Authority team would like to wish you a very merry Christmas!