Are you dreaming of a White Christmas? These New England destinations are sure to get heavy snowfall in the coming weeks. MarketMAPS looks at the best destinations for a snow-covered Christmas.
This city in northern Maine is famous for its cross-country ski trails and great areas for snowmobilers. There’s a 97% chance of snow come Christmastime, and a 57% chance that snowfall will be greater than 10 inches. Make sure to pack a warm coat and some snow shoes.
The Vermont state capital is sure to see snowfall this December 25th. There is a 93% chance that you’ll find at least 1 inch of snow on the ground on Christmas Day. And while you’re frolicking through the snow, enjoy the quaint charms that this New England town has to offer such as historical districts and beautiful parks.
Concord, New Hampshire
For its central location, New Hampshire’s state capital receives quite a bit of snowfall. The average snowfall during December ranges from 2-10 inches, and this Christmas there is an 87% chance of powder covering the ground.
Portland is a fun destination year-round, but during Christmastime things really get festive. The Old Port’s gift shops and restaurants get into the Christmas spirit with decorations and Christmas-themed items. And to add to the festivities, there’s an 83% chance that Portlanders will have a White Christmas this year.
If you’d like to see snow on the ground this Christmas, visit these New England cities. But before you start packing your snow shoes and skis, plan your trip the right way—with the right map. MarketMAPS publishes the most complete selection of monthly updated US maps. We publish wall maps, map books, and digital maps of every metro area, city, county, and state in the US. Use our maps to plan your itinerary, locate points of interest, and map out your driving routes.
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