So much for that white Christmas that we were all dreaming of. \nAccording to the Weather Network, Toronto's Christmas forecast is calling for a "significant storm" to take over the region from December 23 to 24.\nEditor's Choice: The CBSA Is Hiring Human Resources Advisors & The Gig Pays Almost $88K\n\n\n\n“\n\n\nWe could still pull off a white Christmas. However, confidence in that happening is quite low.\n\n\nThe Weather Network\n\n\nA light downpour will set on December 23 before an approaching cold front arrives on Christmas Eve.\nThe freezing temperatures will bring flurries which means we'll see a bit of snow just before the big day.\nHowever, weather experts warn that southern Ontario's chances of pulling off a picturesque Christmas this year are "quite low." \nSo, it looks like it's going to take a holiday miracle or a whole lot of yuletide magic to bring us our dream-like Noel.\nAccording to the 14-day Toronto forecast, temperatures could feel as chilly as -11 C by December 25. \nMilder weather is expected to return back to the Golden Horseshoe after Boxing Day.