Who will have a white Christmas this year?!

If you are dreaming of a white Christmas, well you may be disappointed this year.

In addition to being the title of a classic Christmas movie, the idea of having snow cover on the ground the morning of December 25th has been ingrained in our culture.

USDA meteorologist Brad Rippey says that barely more than one quarter of the continental U.S. will have snow on Saturday.

“So expect to see perhaps roughly 30 percent of the country covered by snow on Christmas morning, almost all of that in the mountains of the western United States and across the northern tier of the country from Montana into parts of New England.”

He says that the central and southern Great Plains all the way across to the southern Atlantic states will have bare ground, as it is just too warm for snow.