The big question on the minds of many is will we see a White Christmas in New Hampshire or other parts of New England?

A “white Christmas” is defined by meteorologists as having at least an inch of snow on the ground on Christmas morning.

According to The Weather Channel, it's a possibility that parts of the northeast will hit that criteria. The Midwest and the Plains are expecting a good amount of snow over the next couple of days, so they are pretty much guaranteed to have snow on the ground Christmas morning.

There's also a chance of rain or snow on Monday, December 26th when many of us will be heading out to the mall to return that sweater that didn't quite fit.

Credit The Weather Channel website