- Areas of fog
- Rising temperatures Christmas night
- Turning more seasonable next week
Ah, Christmas Eve…From our home to yours, we wish you a very merry Christmas and a blessed holiday season. It’s hard to believe Christmas Eve is upon us. Despite areas of fog and an overcast, chilly day, weather really won’t present much of a challenge, locally, for travelers or last-minute shoppers (surely we don’t have any of those in central IN). 😉 Rudolph will be needed tonight as areas of fog and low clouds remain across portions of the state.
Conditions will remain damp and chilly into Christmas as most of the day remains in the 30s. Our air flow will shift to the south Christmas afternoon and provide a late day boost on the thermometer into the 40s after dark and near 50 by midnight. As we see the southerly wind erode the chilly conditions in place we’ll also have to be on the look out for a passing shower Christmas afternoon.
Better shower coverage will push in ahead of the cold front Monday morning. An embedded clap of thunder is also possible. Winds will shift to the NW with the passage of the cold front Monday afternoon and cooler air will spill into central IN Monday night. That high you see in the upper 50s will come just prior to the frontal passage.
After the mild start Monday, seasonable temperatures will return next week. Models are struggling with handling a piece of energy the middle of next week. We’ll keep an eye on it over the next day or so. Scattered snow showers will likely accompany a push of colder air Thursday.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: Dusting
- Rainfall: 0.50″-0.75″