BOSTON (CBS) – With Christmas just over a week away, have you wondered where the snow has been?
According to WBZ-TV meteorologist Barry Burbank we have gone 292 days without any measurable snow at the weather data center at Logan Airport in Boston.
The current record is 303 days set in the 1999-2000 winter season.
In any given year, the chance of a white Christmas in Boston – meaning one inch of snow or more on the ground – is 23-percent.
The odds get better as you head north and west. Worcester has a 60-percent chance.
There is a chance of snow on Sunday, but most of that storm is expected to be out to sea, according to Burbank.