Flurries in the air lend a special magic to Christmas Day. My wife Shawn and I grew up on the east coast and loved snowfall on Christmas and one of the most magical Christmas days for us was when we live in Savannah, GA in 1989. Not much hope of snowfall for the kids in Georgia but in 1989 Savannah got 3 inches Christmas day and it really was magical for the kids. Both Chelsea and Jay were both born in Florida so they had never seen snow before.

Although it’s still too early to predict, USAToday says if you really want to lock in snow for Christmas day, your best chance in our area is Burlington, Vermont or Maine. There is a high probability for snow in Minneapolis, Green Bay, Wisconsin and Buffalo, New York if you want to travel.

USAToday quotes the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration “Most of Idaho, Minnesota, Maine, upstate New York, the Allegheny Mountains of Pennsylvania and West Virginia, and, of course, the Rockies and the Sierra Nevada Mountains all have a high probability of seeing a White Christmas.” But really, the magic of Christmas is being with family and loved ones, be in snowfall or not. Happy Christmas everyone.