Nothing wreaks havoc on holiday travel plans quite like a well-timed snowstorm (or freak power outage), and yet people still perennially hold out hope for a "white Christmas." It's wildly cliché and totally unrealistic for a huge swath of the population that lives where it rarely dips below 32 degrees, but that will never quell the thrill of possibly seeing even a dusting of flakes on the ground come December 25.
So what are the odds you'll see snow wherever you're celebrating this year? We've pulled together the latest forecasts from around the contiguous United States to see where frozen precipitation is in the cards between now and early next week, and where you can expect to see at least one inch of the white stuff on the ground. Spoiler alert: it's looking pretty good for those of you in the Midwest, Great Lakes, northern New England, and Rockies.