It's getting to be that time! One of the biggest travel seasons of the year is about to kick off, and no matter where "home" is for you, you're probably asking the question: Will it be a White Christmas this year?
Of course, the answer to that depends on where you live.
Weather.com worked with Weather Services International to predict who will have a White Christmas in 2010. Factors like La Nina, the North Atlantic Oscillation and other long range signals were considered and findings were shared in a highly-technical blog post.
Based on the NAO forecast, it would suggest the widespread snowpack over the northern tier of the country (below) stands a better than average chance to remain while we may add it along the Eastern Seaboard.
In other words, places with snow today (Dec. 9) are likely to have snow -- and a White Christmas -- on Dec. 25. See if you fall in that range below: