Small Sliver of Hope for a White Christmas on Long Island

According to the Northeast Regional Climate Center and Accuweather, there's a small sliver of hope for Snow on Christmas here on Long Island.

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If you’ve been dreaming of having a white Christmas on Long Island then your dreams may very well come true! According to AccuWeather meteorologists, right now it looks like the odds of Long Island receiving more than an inch of snow for Christmas is at 16 percent.

Areas north and west of the Island have a higher probability that they will see white on the ground when waking up on Christmas morning.

Be aware that, with Christmas still being nine days away, these forecasts could very well change.

For the most up to date weather information, head over to the Weather Center, where you can find the latest weather forecasts, advisories and more.

To get the latest traffic & road conditions before travelling this holiday, visit the Traffic Center, and be sure to check out the live traffic feeds on our Traffic Cam Page.

[Sources: NRCC, AccuWeather.]

Pictured: A snow storm is projected to take shape over the South Central US just days before Christmas, then head northeastward on the holiday itself. Photo via Accuweather.