Are you dreaming of a white Christmas? Well, this year you might be in luck. There are several storm systems that will be impacting central and eastern U.S. To be determined a white Christmas, there must be more than an inch of snow on the ground on Christmas morning. The greatest chances for snow will be across the Midwest, Great Lakes, northern New England and the Rockies. The weather forecast calls for a 30% chance of snow with the high being at 44 degrees and the low at 23 degrees. The snow is expected to come in flurries sometime in the afternoon. It’s supposed to be a little gusty with winds blowing at 13 mph and gusts at 25 mph. The one question leading up to Christmas is where will warm and cold air meet. The fronts are expected to meet across the south-central U.S. to the Great Lakes and interior Northeast throughout the weekend and through Christmas day. If a storm like that did form, a mixture of snow and ice could develop on Christmas Eve as far as Texas and Oklahoma.