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Probability of a white Christmas for selected cities, listed alphabetically by state, based on data collected by the National Climatic Data Center from 1988-2005:

Anchorage, Alaska, 90 percent

Fairbanks, Alaska, 100 percent

Phoenix, 1 percent

Little Rock, Ark., 3 percent

Los Angeles, 1 percent

San Francisco, 1 percent

Denver, 50 percent

Hartford, Conn., 57 percent

Wilmington, Del., 13 percent

Washington, D.C., 13 percent

Savannah, Ga, 3 percent

Boise, Idaho, 30 percent

Chicago, 40 percent

Indianapolis, 30 percent

Des Moines, Iowa, 50 percent

Topeka, Kansas, 23 percent

Louisville, Kentucky, 13 percent

Portland, Maine, 83 percent

Boston, 23 percent

Detroit, 50 percent

Marquette, Mich., 90 percent

Duluth, Minn., 97 percent

Minneapolis, 73 percent

St. Louis, 23 percent

Helena, Mont., 67 percent

Omaha, Neb., 44 percent

Reno, Nev., 20 percent

Concord, N.H., 87 percent

Newark, N.J. 23 percent

Albuquerque, N.M., 3 percent

New York, 10 percent

Charlotte, N.C., 1 percent

Fargo, N.D., 83 percent

Cleveland, 60 percent

Oklahoma City, 3 percent

Portland, Ore., 1 percent

Philadelphia, 10 percent

Pittsburgh, 33 percent

Providence, R.I., 37 percent

Charleston, S.C., 3 percent

Rapid City, S.D., 47 percent

Nashville, Tenn., 13 percent

Amarillo, Texas, 7 percent

Dallas, 8 percent

Salt Lake City, 53 percent

Richmond, Va., 7 percent

Seattle, 8 percent

Spokane, Wash., 70 percent

Charleston, W.V., 30 percent

Huntington, W.V., 23 percent

Milwaukee, 60 percent

Casper, Wyo., 47 percent

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