Despite being pretty far north and relatively close to Lake Michigan, we don’t often have snow on the ground for Christmas. It is just as likely to be 42 degrees and rainy, maybe even more likely than snowing. Our snow tends to come mostly in January and early February with December typically being more mild. That looks like it might not be the case this year.
We are right in the center of the “blizzard conditions” band. It also is threatening to be the coldest Christmas in many years for us.
As long as the power stays on, we are looking at a hunkered down and drinking hot chocolate Christmas weekend. That actually sounds pretty nice.