He said: "We have got something a milder towards the southwest, high pressure under that we could see some fog".
Not expecting this to be a washout by any means, but a few may find some periods of rain off and on on Christmas Day.
Happy Christmas Eve! It is a cold, frost start to the day. Heavy rain with this system is also something we will continue to monitor.
Light and occasionally moderate snow will bring 1 to 3 inches to the central mountains and southern highlands through tonight. But, it finally looks as if there is some agreement about our prospects for some Christmas snow as we close in on the holiday.
The meteorologist predicted the United Kingdom will also see poor weather on Christmas Day - although not snow. Temperatures will feel a lot like today, topping out in the lower 40's. Cloudy conditions will dominate the forecast and a few showers are possible.
The storm will impact highways for anyone in the region traveling later this week. Highs will stay seasonal, in the lower 50s with south winds around 5 to 10 miles per hour. Otherwise, little snow is expected through Christmas Day.
Colder air will hang around for the weekend with sunshine and high temperatures in the teens Saturday with very light snow late Sunday and high temperatures around 20 degrees.
A mid-week storm system will bring widespread rain to much of the area Tuesday night trough Thursday night, according to the National Weather Service office in Wichita.
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