If history is a predictor of our Thanksgiving weather, than the odds of a White Thanksgiving are definitely not with us.

A climatologist in Alaska has done the research and mapped out which areas of the nation are most, and least, likely to get snow on Thanksgiving. And the Jersey Shore is definitely among the least likely, according to weather.com.

The definition of a White Thanksgiving is at least one inch of snow on the ground that day, and according to historical statistics, the Jersey Shore has less than a 5% chance of that happening.

Some long range forecasts suggest that we might see some rain for the end of next week, but daytime highs will be well into the 40's and overnight lows will not dip below freezing, but that is still a while away and things can change.

The best way to know about Jersey Shore weather is to stay up to date with our meteorologist Dan Zarrow's weather blog.

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