The tree is up, the house is decorated, the cookies are baking, there's just one thing missing.
Sure, we got those few inches over the weekend, but with rain in the forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday, what's left now will be gone by Thursday.
Is there a chance we could have a white Christmas instead of a mud-brown one?
The Weather Channel has a forecast map for the chances for a white Christmas around the country. "White Christmas" doesn't mean that it will snow on Christmas Day, it means that there will be at least an inch of snow on the ground on Christmas morning.
As of Tuesday morning, the call is that northeast Ohio has a "slight chance" of a white Christmas.
According to the AOL Weather forecast, the one chance of snow this week is on Saturday, Christmas Eve, when there is a 40 percent chance of snow showers.