Bet on Snowfall on Christmas Day 2019 in Largest Cities of the UK


Posted: September 25, 2019

Updated: September 25, 2019

  • English people have high chances to witness snow this Christmas
  • The best possibility to experience snowy holidays belongs to Scots

This year’s Christmas holidays in the UK are going to be special with good weather. Earliest forecasts say that there will be snow in some big cities in the country. Bet on snowfall on Christmas Day 2019 to create a special mood for the locals. 

2019 UK Christmas weather odds

  • Aberdeen – 4.50
  • Glasgow – 5.00
  • Edinburgh – 5.00
  • Liverpool – 7.00
  • Manchester – 7.00
  • Bristol – 11.00

Bet on snowfall on Christmas Day 2019 to be in Scottish cities

Aberdeen city in Scotland will be covered by snow by Christmas Eve. The odds are 4.50 which is the highest result at 1xBet Sportsbook so far. The possibility of having a fairytale winter holiday is reasonable because Aberdeen is located near Scotland’s mountains. Moreover, Scotland is on average colder than England with a minimum of 0.6 degrees.

Bet on snowfall on Christmas Day 2019
Maybe this year we’ll be able to build snowmen on Christmas Day (GutMaze [CC BY-SA 3.0], via Wikimedia Commons)
The other Scottish cities, Glasgow and Edinburgh, share the second-highest odds by Christmas Day snowfall predictions. Both cities have 5.00 odds on this possibility. With the average low temperature of 1.3 degrees, it usually snows in winter in southern Scotland. Therefore, betting on the snowy Christmas holiday in this country is reasonable.

Snowfall in English cities can happen at Christmas Day 2019

Bet on snowfall on Christmas Day 2019 to take place in England’s Liverpool, Manchester and Bristol. According to online sportsbooks in the UK, the odds on snowy holiday in these cities vary from 7.00 to 11.00. Despite the high odds, the English people still can witness snowflakes falling outside at the most important day of the year. 

The average weather in December in Manchester is usually around 1.8 degrees, while Liverpool and Bristol share the same coefficient of 2.5. Therefore, the UK forecasts predict possible small snowfall in Manchester this December. However, citizens of Liverpool and Bristol have fewer chances to witness snowy Christmas this year but there are still some.

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