It’s ‘Possible’ New Hampshire will Have a White Christmas?
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.