White Christmas Odds Slashed in Devon Cornwall

White Christmas Odds Slashed

Among the nation's most significant bookies White Christmas Odds have been slashed for  Devon Cornwall to see the snowflakes fall. And they state that Devon Cornwall is the part of England probably to see snow on the day itself.

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Earlier today Coral stated that, with temperature levels taking a dive today, the opportunities of snow on Christmas Day have actually enhanced, and they released a list of chances for a white Christmas in numerous UK cities.

No place in Cornwall or Devon was on that list – so we called Coral to discover out what the chances were for a White Christmas in Cornwall, and in Devon's huge population centres of Plymouth, Exeter and Torbay.

Exceptionally, The most current chances reveal Exeter is the English citymost likely to get a White Christmas.

And the bookies reckon the rest of Devon – and even Cornwall – are most likely to see snow this Christmas more so than London, Belfast Dublin, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol and Norwich.

White Christmas Odds for Devon Cornwall

Alex from Coral estimated the following chances for snow in Devon and Cornwall:

Cornwall – 11/2
Plymouth – 5/1
Exeter – 9/2
Torquay – 5/1

White Christmas Odds for the Country

When put into a ‘league table' of the UK positions probably to see snow this Christmas, Exeter is 4th behind Aberdeen, Edinburgh and Glasgow in snowy Scotland. Plymouth and Torquay are available in joint 5th with Newcastle – with Cornwall a really decent 6th.

Aberdeen 3/1
Edinburgh 4/1
Glasgow 4/1
Exeter – 9/2
Plymouth – 5/1
Torquay – 5/1
Newcastle – 5/1
Cornwall – 11/2
Belfast – 6/1
Dublin -7/ 1.
Leeds 7/1.
Liverpool 7/1.
Manchester 7/1.
Birmingham 8/1.
London 8/1.
Nottingham 8/1.
Bristol 9/1.
Cardiff 9/1.
Norwich 10/1.

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According to the Met workplace for it to be thought about a white Christmas there requires to be a minimum of one snow flake observed falling in the 24 hours of Christmas Day at a defined area.

The Met Office is not presently anticipating snow on Christmas Day, however it's long variety UK projection states:

“The north and west is most likely to remain windy and rather damp on Christmas Eve, with the remainder of the UK looking drier. For Christmas Day itself, it might be drier, brighter and cooler for a lot of, followed by some rain later on. “.

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