It's bout of snow after another over the last few weeks and now comes a big blast of sub-freezing cold.
Currently, 70 percent of the country is under snow and ice.
Now thoughts are turning towards Christmas and whether we will still see snow on the ground.
Officially a "White Christmas" is defined as 1 inch or more of snow on the ground on December 25.
According to the National Weather Service, 40 to 50 percent of the time, northern Ohio has a White Christmas. Places such as northern New York or the Rockies end up having a White Christmas about 90 percent of the time.
The last White Christmas for Northeast Ohio was just last year, in 2012, and before that, in 2010.
Cleveland has been running about an inch below normal for snow. Areas to the south of Cleveland have been running above normal. In fact, the folks down in Akron and Canton have already seen more than double the amount of snow typically seen by this date in previous years.
The current weather pattern is conducive to snow and cold but it's way too early to say whether this year will be another White Christmas.