WATCHING WINTER LIVE — The National Weather Service has an actual definition for a white Christmas: one inch of snow on the ground by 7 a.m. Dec. 25. Between the system currently moving into the Northeast and another snow-maker in the extended forecast, chances are on the rise for this holiday hope.
Join WGN-TV Chicago’s Chip Brewster and WOOD-TV Grand Rapids’ Chief Meteorologist Ellen Bacca on Watching Winter Live as they break down the near-term forecast and long-range outlook. The winter weather-centric live stream starts at 11:45 a.m. ET / 10:45 a.m. CT within this story.
Today’s topics will include:
- Snow and rain moving into the Northeast today
- An update on the nation’s snowpack
- Temperatures drop across the North and stay there
- Multiple chances for more snow over the next 10 days from coast to coast
- Increasing likelihood for white Christmas
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