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A week out and the forecast for a white Christmas looks less than likely for Illinois. The official definition of a white Christmas is an inch or more of snow on the ground and State Climatologist Jim Angel says on a historical basis northern Illinois has a 50/50 chance and by the time you get to central Illinois it’s about a 30 percent chance. But this year the forecast isn’t setting up for big snowfalls anywhere in Illinois.

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