By Maya Rhodan
December 22, 2014

The week ahead could bring snow and rain to large swaths of the U.S., just in time for busy holiday travel.

Rain will slink across the East Coast and parts of the South on Monday and Tuesday, the Weather Channel reports, with heavy-duty storms set to put a damper on Christmas Eve travel. Rain is expected from Boston to Washington on Wednesday, while the Mississippi Valley and parts of the Great Lakes and the West Coast will see snow.

The Weather Channel is already forecasting flight delays at major airports including ones in Chicago, Charlotte, and Milwaukee on Wednesday

For those who hoped for a white Christmas, Christmas Day snow could fall across the Rockies and in northern New England.

For a full forecast, read more at The Weather Channel.

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