- Hype machine is going into overload again about a biggie of a storm in the midwest, producing poor traveling conditions in the eastern part of the US. Rain will be the issue. Winds especially on Christmas Eve Night/Day, but not before unless you live by the ocean, which most of us don't so no real issue prior to Christmas Eve night/Christmas.
- Some heavy rain will fall late Tue night into the first half of Christmas Eve Day. It should end by late afternoon. Perhaps up to 2" locally, but most from 1-1.5" would be about right.
- Temps will rise slowly from Monday morning until Wed afternoon. What I mean is temps will be cold and raw Monday in the low 30s, hold steady Mon night, rise a little more Tue to the low 40s and continue to rise at night to the low 50s on Wed. Do not be surprised if we surge to near 60 early Wed afternoon, before starting to cool off.
- Winds howl Christmas Day.
- Temps fall or hold steady Christmas day in the mid 30s.
- Snow? More like snow showers developing in the afternoon on Christmas day. Ground could get whitened, but that is a bit iffy at this time. But that is about all for a white Christmas chance. But, then again, Christmas is not about snow or cold or sleigh rides or silver bells ... is it? No. It's about God's Son coming to earth, being born as a man to give His life, to save you and I from our sin and rebellion against God.
Blessings to you all! Updates coming later this weekend.