Dreaming of a White Christmas? Well, we've learned the updated odds for a White Christmas for many parts of New York State.

With Christmas three weeks away we've learned the new odds for a White Christmas.

Read More: More Snow Than Recent Years Forecast For Hudson Valley, Upstate New York

Christopher Furlong
Christopher Furlong

Read More: New York Wants All To Be Aware About Upcoming Winter Weather

The National Weather Service released how often there's snow on the ground for a few locations across New York State.

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Last Time The Hudson Valley Enjoyed A White Christmas

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The last time the Hudson Valley woke up to a White Christmas was 2017. Most of the region had about three inches of snow on the ground. That 2017 Christmas storm wasn't in the forecast until a few days before the holiday.

Turkey Gravy May Cause Fatal Reaction, Should New Yorkers Worry

White Christmas In New York City

The latest odds show New York State currently has a 20 percent chance of seeing snow this Christmas, according to the Online Betting Guide.

Michelle Obama Introduces 2013 White House Holiday Decorations
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"Sportsbooks experts at OLBG, have profiled the latest betting odds and statistics surrounding the chances of a White Christmas taking place in 2023, including probabilities of it snowing at major airports including New York JFK," a spokesperson told Hudson Valley Post in an email.

LOOK: Baby names losing popularity in the 21st century

Stacker took a look at the names losing popularity in the 21st century, using data from the Social Security Administration.

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20 Worst Places to Live in New York State

A list highlights the worst places a New York resident can call home. A number of places in the Hudson Valley made the list, including one that was ranked the worst place to live.

Giant Horror Plant

A "giant horror plant" that can cause blindness and severe burns is still in New York State, despite the best efforts from New York officials.

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