Who Will See a White Christmas?

The image above is the current snow depth as of Monday morning.  To be considered a white Christmas, there must be at least an inch of snow of the ground. Unfortunately, Connecticut will not be having a white Christmas this year.  However, many areas in the United States are lucky enough (If you like snow) to have a white Christmas.  A big portion of the Mid West will see a system come though today and tomorrow which will give them accumulating snow.  The northwest will actually see snow falling on Christmas.  States like Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, Montana even as far east as North and South Dakota. But not east enough because in Connecticut it’s rain and 50s!!! Here’s the forecast! But before you look at the forecast for us on Christmas, check out my forecast for who will see a white Christmas below.


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Meteorologist Kevin Arnone

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