With less than a week until Christmas the weather is staged to take a potentially snowy turn as the holiday approaches.
The first day of winter (Sunday) looks great! Dry air will make for a relatively normal day in the Bluegrass with a mix of sun and clouds and daytime highs in the mid to high 30s, low 40s.
Fast forward a few more days and we're looking at storm that may potentially bring a white Christmas to Kentucky. We'll actually start feeling impact of this strong low by Monday as the wind and the chance for rain picks up. By Tuesday, expect more rain and gusty winds before it all comes crashing down Wednesday and Thursday; daytime highs look to drop from the 40s, close to the sub-freezing range.
Most of what we'll see Christmas Eve will be rain but it could transition into snowflakes for Christmas morning.
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