It was a mild start to the first full day of winter, and we will continue to see warmer temperatures through Wednesday. A strong storm system is lifting through the upper midwest this evening and will bring in a few rain showers tonight.
Tuesday and Christmas Eve are going to be soggy with off and on rain showers. Highs will top out in the lower 60s both days. The cold front driving the storm system crashes into the region on Wednesday bringing gusty winds in excess of 40 mphs.
Christmas Day we will start off with some snow flakes and temperatures in the lower 30s. As we warm up a small bit the snow will turn to a wintry mix. Our chances of a white Christmas are looking pretty slim as of now, but we may have a dusting on the ground in the morning in a few locations in Eastern Kentucky.
Friday will feature a mix of sun and clouds with highs in the lower 50s. Another cold front will move in on Saturday bringing us rain showers for the weekend.
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