It's finally the week of Christmas, although for some, it probably got here quicker than they wanted. 2021 went by in the blink of an eye and it's hard to believe that we just have 10 days left this year.

The one thing people wish for every Christmas is a white Christmas, and while that is still undecided this year (rain for Christmas Eve and possible flurries for Christmas Day), we do know we will get some snow before then here in Western New York.

Mike Cejka of WIVB 4 Warn Weather says that the region will see snowfall tonight and tomorrow. The totals won't be big but something to keep in mind while driving.

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Lake effect snow bands could impact on Wednesday as well. For that Wednesday morning commute, you could see snow showers.

As for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, we will see some rain showers and temperature around 50 degrees. However, those temps drop through the overnight and into Christmas Day, with snow flurries possible for Christmas Day, especially the afternoon.

So, all in all, not the most horrible Christmas weather forecast, but it certainly won't be like we saw last year with a foot of snow between Christmas Eve to December 26th.

I have to travel to Batavia to my in-laws on Christmas Day, so I'm thankful we won't have a ton of snow that day, even though I do love a white Christmas.

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