By Kristina Pydynowski, Senior Meteorologist
A last-minute snowstorm will allow more of the Northeast to experience a white Christmas after all.
It is beginning to look more like Christmas across northern New England, downwind of lakes Erie and Ontario and the central Alleghenies following the late-week winter storm and lake-effect snow.
But there are still plenty of places across the Northeast where the ground is bare and residents are wishing for a white Christmas.
AccuWeather.com has good news for many of those residents with a storm headed to the Northeast.
The storm will be far from a repeat of the Midwest blizzard with a general 1 to 3 inches expected to spread from northern Pennsylvania to central and southern New England.