Cold & Partly Sunny Christmas Day Forecast

Cold & Partly Sunny Christmas Day Forecast

Temperatures remain below normal through Christmas Day, with more seasonal temperatures by the weekend.
Christmas Day Update:  We will continue to have cold conditions for your Christmas Day, with partly sunny skies and a high of 36 degrees.  A weather disturbance will pass north of Kentucky Christmas night, with the chance for seeing some flurries into early Thursday morning.  Thursday morning low temperatures will be around 25 degrees.  Thursday will feature mostly sunny skies, with a high of 38 degrees.  Temperatures will be back to around 41 degrees on Friday, with low to mid 40s this weekend.  Another chance for some light rain will develop Sunday evening, with a change to a little snow into Monday, as a cold front moves through the region. 
MERRY CHRISTMAS!  We will continue to have quiet weather for the remainder of the week, with below normal temperatures continuing for Christmas Day. Temperatures will be back in the 40s this Friday into the weekend.

TONIGHT: Santa will have quiet weather to deliver presents, as skies will be mostly clear. However, temperatures will feel more like the North Pole, with overnight low temperatures around 16 degrees.

CHRISTMAS DAY WEDNESDAY: We look to have mostly sunny to partly sunny skies throughout your Christmas Day, with high temperatures around 36 degrees.

CHRISTMAS NIGHT: Flurries will be possible Christmas night into early Thursday morning as a weather disturbance passes to our north. Overnight low temperatures will be around 25 degrees.

THURSDAY & FRIDAY: Skies will stay mostly sunny for Thursday and Friday, with highs around 38 degrees Thursday, and 41 degrees Friday.

WEEKEND: Temperatures will be seasonal this weekend, with a high of 45 degrees Saturday, and 43 degrees on Sunday. Saturday will feature mostly sunny skies, with increasing clouds throughout the day Sunday. There is a chance for a few Sunday evening rain showers, with a transition to some snow Sunday night into Monday. Temperatures drop back into the upper 20s and 30s for highs early next week.

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