Will we have a white Christmas in North Devon?
Parts of Britain face being battered by torrential downpours and gale-force winds when Storm Barbara - the UK's second storm of the season - hits on Friday.
A weather warning has been issued for Christmas Day.
The upcoming holiday weekend is trending wetter for much of the area, especially by Christmas Day, as a strong storm system moves across the area.
Local weather forecasters predict that anyone dreaming of a white Christmas should keep dreaming, as rain is much more likely than snow come December 25.
However, NI is not expected to suffer the worst of the winter storm, as Scotland is facing wind speeds of up to 90 miles per hour during the festive weekend.
"The "big day" is certainly shaping up as a nice white Christmas".
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Temperatures are expected to bottom out just below freezing on Thursday night before giving way to a sunny Friday, when temperatures return to the low 40s.
Well bookmakers across the country have slashes the odds of a white Christmas thanks to the looming Storm Barbara, but of course as ever the chances of snow depend on where you live.
However, forecasters have predicted temperatures on Friday will be much milder ranging between 8 to 11 degrees although it is expected to be "extremely windy" with heavy rain.
A yellow warning for wind has been issued by the Met Office for Northern Ireland.
"There is the potential that these gusts could cause structural damage and bring down power cables, so we may find interruption to electricity supplies".
The weather pattern has been cold for the last few weeks, but that's all about to change.
He said: "Stormy conditions are likely between Christmas Eve and Boxing Day with gust speeds in excess of 70mph to 100mph likely in places". A shallow layer of warm air aloft will increase our chance for sleet and freezing rain in the morning, which could certainly worsen road conditions.