We have a relatively quiet holiday week ahead with several chances of flurries or light snow. There are several small disturbances which will pass overhead, larger systems skirting us to the Southeast, and winds overhead making Lake Effect snow showers a possibility, too. None of these combined factors will lead to large accumulations, though an inch or two in a few spots over time is possible. A ridge rolling through mid to late week will offer a brighter day on Thursday. With no dramatic change in air masses, temperatures will remain stable and seasonal.
Have a great Christmas Eve Day!!!