As a surface low moves east of the area Sunday afternoon and evening, snow will fill in across the rest of the region.
Temperatures through out next week will generally be below average with highs mostly in the low to mid 20's. Tonight will see the showers end by 7pm with clearing skies for the remainder of the night. Any clear spells will be brief.
For Christmas to be officially recorded as "white" in Omaha, an inch of snow will still have to be on the ground at Eppley Airfield at 6 a.m. Monday, DeWald said.
"Windy tomorrow, Sunday, Christmas Eve". "As for Lafayette, we now stand to receive around 4" or 5" by Christmas morning!
Tuesday: Mostly sunny, with a high near 30. High near 50. Calm wind becoming southwest 5 to 8 miles per hour in the afternoon. Temperatures will be well below freezing in the mid 20s.
There will be heavy rain in places too with some spot flooding. If you are staying home to wrap gifts or prep the Christmas dinner, it's probably a good day to stay inside!
CHRISTMAS EVE | Cloudy with snow showers developing. It was a warm but a wet Saturday with occasional rain through much of the day, and highs ranging from the mid 40s in the Poconos to low 60s in the Delaware Valley. But the company's spokesman told ABC News that "we expect to make our deliveries despite flight delays caused by strong storms that swept across the country overnight".
Parts of northern CT will see pockets of freezing rain.
The snow and chill weather could continue into St Stephen's day as Met Eireann says "a cold day is in store". The snow will add up through the week.
In the East, snow is expected to spread into the central Appalachians Sunday evening, then move across NY state, northern New Jersey and much of New England later Sunday night into Christmas morning.