Yes, we got a couple of miracle storms prior to Christmas, but on the hemispheric scale, we are still dealing with a highly perturbed, wavy, high-amplitude pattern.
Note, for example, the dynamic tropopause (jet-stream level) analysis from 0000 UTC 27 Dec (1700 MST Tuesday/Yesterday). Deep trough over the eastern US. Deep trough off the coast of Asia. High amplitude ridge over the eastern Atlantic.
You want snow, go to the lee of the Great Lakes or western Japan. Both have been getting pummeled.
And, there's no end in sight for the dry weather. Forecasts below are from the 0000 UTC 27 December initialized ECMWF and GFS models through the end of the holiday period (0000 UTC 3 January/1700 MST 2 January). Storm track to our north. Dry southwest.