After Saturday's snow, it seemed to be a foregone conclusion we would have a white Christmas. But, it could still be hit or miss at this point.

Now luckily the definition of a 'White Christmas' is not having an actual snow storm for the holiday. A white Christmas is defined as having at least 1 inch of snow on the ground, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).

Now with a little snow on the ground, you'd figure we have a really good chance of hitting that mark. But after some rain washing the snow away Sunday I am getting nervous. And even with the first day of winter arriving Wednesday, it is going to warm up a bit this week with temperatures in the 40's, according to the Weather Channel.

So at this point, let's keep our fingers crossed that Polar Vortex or La Nina or some crazy weather thing take over to bring us some colder temperatures. Or, if you haven't sent your list to Santa yet, maybe add a white Christmas to that for us?