The National Weather Service says keep on dreaming when it comes to a white Christmas this weekend.

There is little snow in the forecast, and predicted daytime temperatures above freezing should melt whatever might fall.

The NWS says in recent years state residents have experienced at least 1 inch.

Last year much of West Virginia saw a white Christmas thanks to a storm the night before.

In Charleston, it was the first one since 1999 and the first in Huntington and Parkersburg since 1993.

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