The hopes of having a white Christmas are fading for most areas from Indiana to the East Coast and southern New England, though parts of Illinois, western Michigan, and the Midwest still have a chance.
The storm heading up through the Tennessee Valley into the Ohio Valley, then the Great Lakes tomorrow night and Christmas Eve will generate a lot of rain, but not much snow.
Several storms are going to be tracking across the country between now and the end of next week, with still some snow potential with at least two of the storms.
Storms will cross the country between now and Christmas, but the chances of a White Christmas are fading for many places in the East with time.
Two storms still have the potential to bring a white Christmas to areas that are currently snowless from the northern Plains and Midwest to the Northeast.
Two storms will track across the country between now and Christmas that could deliver parts of the country snow in time for a white Christmas.
Heavy rain is pounding California today, with flooding and mudslides. The storm in New England continues spreading snow across Upstate New York and parts of Pennsylvania.
A powerful storm over southeastern New England will continue impacting the Northeast into the weekend, while a series of storms are poised to bring heavy to California.
The potent storm flooding parts of the Northeast with windswept, heavy rain is kicking arctic air out of the pattern, and it won't be back for a couple of weeks.
Another storm is taking aim at the mid-Atlantic and New England. It will generate a lot of rain, with snow, especially over the higher elevations from the Poconos to the Adirondacks.