This is just a forecast….
It isn’t one to make us happy….
At the same time, there are increasing odds of significant winter storminess in the eastern half of the nation between Wednesday and Christmas Eve. While far from a lock, Mother Nature may deliver a white Christmas for a swath of the Midwest and eastern United States.
The frigid weather and possibility of snow will coincide with a peak time for holiday travelers.
At roughly a week out, it’s not possible to forecast exactly where a storm might form and what areas will see snow or rain or remain dry. But between Dec. 22 and 24, the chance of a significant storm between the Midwest and East Coast is above normal….
image…The American GFS model simulates temperature departures from normal over the Lower 48 around Christmas Eve. (WeatherBell)
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