For a whole lot of Montanans snow on the ground is just part of Christmas.  Of course, of late, we've had some unseasonably warm temperatures, and several Montana towns have yet to see a significant amount of snow.

This isn't the best news for all of us who enjoy skiing or the ski resorts themselves.

For some, the idea of no snow is welcome, however, there is something magical about waking up on Christmas morning with the presents under the tree, the holiday lights glowing, and looking outside to see a blanket of snow.

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Of course, this leads many of us to wonder if will we see a White Christmas this year in Montana. According to one publication, some Montana towns have a much better chance than others.

The folks over at Bet Carolina have come out with their predictions for snowfall over the Christmas season here in Montana, and while many towns have an excellent chance, others might want to start doing a "snow dance".

Before we take a look at the White Christmas chances across the state, lets check out the best spots to spend Christmas in Montana.

5 Best Christmas Towns in Montana

Looking for the perfect place for a winter vacation in Montana? Here are a few of the best places to visit!

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As far as the state of Montana goes, the site predicts that there is just over a 56 percent chance for a White Christmas, however, there are certain towns and cities that have a much higher chance.

Both Bozeman and Whitefish have a 91 percent chance for snow on Christmas, however, other popular Montana locations are much lower. Missoula is looking at a 65 percent chance, while Billings and Great Falls have a 43 percent chance for a White Christmas.

What about you? Are you hoping for a Montana White Christmas? Let us know by sending us a message on our radio station app.

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Here's 8 States That Have Longer And Harsher Winters Than Montana

Winter can be brutal here in Montana with lots of wind, snow, and temperatures well below zero. In fact, that alone should be a word of warning for those thinking of moving here from warmer climates.

A lot goes into being prepared to live in a state with rough winters and if you've never done it before, you certainly need to make sure that you are prepared. You need to make sure you have the right tires, vehicle, and winter clothing. Plus, I would highly suggest you learn how to drive in winter conditions before moving to a state that celebrates winter 6 months out of the year.

And while winters can be very rough here in Montana, we don't even crack the Top 5 for States With The Most Brutal Winters.

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