Another sunny, dry and warm day expected for Christmas Eve. By the time Santa flies in, the snow showers will be out of here, but how much snow can we expect?
'We are looking at day time highs of 2-5 degrees for many areas.
No issues on Christmas Eve with clouds gradually starting to move into the region.
Christmas Day the snow flurries are out of here, as well as the cloud cover.
Temperatures will stay above average, reaching the upper 40s with light wind through the afternoon.
The moderate snow band will move in near mid-morning Christmas Day.
According to Weatherquest, based at the University of East Anglia, Norfolk hasn't had a white Christmas in eight years and is unlikely to see another this year.
A wave of light rain and snow will arrive to central IN after midnight.
Large swathes of England will be blanketed in freezing fog to bring a misty start to Christmas Day. Wednesday will bring more snow to the Cascades, which received heavy snowfall over the weekend.
Tuesday night, a powerful storm system will begin to plow toward Kansas from the southern Rockies with rain showers expected across southern parts of our state by daybreak Wednesday.
Thursday, December 27, and Friday, December 28, will also be distinctly un-Christmassy weather wise, with highs of 7C on both days.
Models are not handling the timing of this system well but it looks to arrive sometime late Thursday and continue into your Friday.
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