Frost forms on trees in Glen Clunie on December 21, 2010 in Braemar, Scotland. Many parts of the UK are still experiencing severe disruption in what is becoming widely predicted as one of the coldest winters on record. Getty Images
We are counting down the days to Christmas and there are only 7 left. With that said, I have been hearing requests and pleads for the white stuff and I must say it would be nice to have a white Christmas to make it feel more festive!
Unfortunately, snow is not in the forecast. Temperatures have been and will continue to be above average for the next 3 days. The cold weather will drop in by the end of the week through Christmas Day but as of right now it looks like it will be dry. The extended forecast right through the New Year looks either dry and cold or wet and mild but the cold and wet conditions never meet up.
The good news is we still have plenty of days thereafter for the chance of snow, so no worries the snow will show!!
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