Published: Mon, December 25, 2017
Markets | By Josh Butler

White Christmas brings up to 4 inches, heavy winds

White Christmas brings up to 4 inches, heavy winds

Highs on Christmas Day are forecast around 20 degrees and the overnight low could bottom out around zero, he said.

Snowfall across the nation's midsection is expected to make travel more hard, but it won't cripple movement on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, forecasters say.

Saturday night, look for patchy blowing snow under mostly cloudy skies that will gradually become clear.

Northern Rhode Island residents have a chance to wake up to a white Christmas Monday, with a winter weather advisory in effect for the area from 10 p.m. Christmas Eve through 1 p.m. Christmas Day.

According to the National Weather Service, many roads and surfaces are covered with snow, creating hazardous road conditions in some areas.

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The city hasn't seen snow on the ground on Christmas since 2009.

Total snow accumulations of 3 to 5 inches are expected in Cortland County. Motorists were advised to use caution.

The spokeswoman said: "It's quite likely that parts of Scotland, particularly the southern uplands and possibly the central hills above a couple of hundred metres or so will see some snow". A LAKE SNOW WARNING is active for Ashtabula County until Wednesday at 4pm. The heavy snow will fall in relatively narrow bands.

A winter weather advisory is also in effect until 4 p.m. Since the 1980s, white Christmases in the Rochester area have come little more than 50 percent of the time, and the trend may be decreasing still - the Christmas before last and the Christmas before that were green, too.

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