WASHINGTON – The prospect of a white Christmas in the WTOP listening area has pretty well vanished. ABC7 Meteorologist Brian van de Graaff says all of the computer models show a winter storm slowing down.
“Right now, it doesn’t look like a white Christmas,” says van de Graaff.
“Christmas day is looking dry.”
The forecast looks good for travel on Christmas Eve and Christmas day. For a white Christmas, he says you might need to head to the Carolinas.
“Head south for snow,” van de Graaff says, adding. “That doesn’t sound right.”
Van de Graaff says there is a chance of snow Sunday into Monday. So how much snow could the area get on the Sunday and Monday after Christmas?
“It’s kind of a 50-50 chance of either a little bit or a whole lot,” says ABC7 Chief Meteorologist Doug Hill.