The Counties Most Likely To Have A White Christmas – Ireland’s Snowiest Counties Revealed
Legacy Communications gathered weather data for each county over the past ten years and spoke to weather experts to predict the counties most likely to see some snow this December 25th.
Ireland is set to be hit by the first snow of winter 2021 as Met Eireann has predicted flurries of snow and sleet will hit the country today amid storm Arwen but what are the chances of a white Christmas?
New research from The Digital PR hub at Legacy Communications has revealed the counties with the highest likelihood of snow this December 25th, with Donegal and Tyrone tied for the top spot (both coming out with a likelihood of 60%).
Meanwhile, Fermanagh came in third with 50%, followed by Clare, Laois, Longford, Offaly, Roscommon, and Westmeath.
Also making the top ten list was Cavan at 40%.
However, this does mean some unwelcome news for counties such as Waterford and Donegal who were tied for last place with a likelihood of 0%.
Legacy used TimeAndDate.com and Met Eireann to gather extensive data on weather conditions for each county over the past ten years to figure out which counties were most likely to get snow for Christmas 2021.