Denver weather forecast for Christmas, Dec. 25: Hey, at least there is still some snow on the ground

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Santa-clad Chris Adams on the 16th Street Mall. Christmas Eve, 2016. (Kevin J.Beaty/Denverite)

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Santa-clad Chris Adams walks on totally snow free sidewalks on the 16th Street Mall. Christmas Eve, 2016. (Kevin J.Beaty/Denverite)

Merry Christmas. I hope everyone got what they wanted under the tree because anyone hoping for a white Christmas is probably out of luck.

The National Weather Service is giving us a 20 percent chance of some snow before 10 a.m., but that hour is fast approaching with no snow yet.

At least there’s still a little snow on the ground to give things that holiday feel.

The weather service is calling for a blustery day with wind gusts up to 48 miles per hour. But conditions will be mostly sunny with a high near 42 degrees.

Winds will continue through the evening. The overnight low should be near 22 degrees.

Monday should be sunny and still a little breezy with a high near 41.

Tuesday and Wednesday could get into the low 50s.

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