Good Sunday to one and all. It’s Christmas Eve Eve and Mother Nature is throwing another light system our way. This is bringing some light rain and light snow, and is one of many storm systems to track over the next few weeks.
Let us begin with today and roll ahead. This is a light rain maker, with a period of light snow possible:
Here’s your regional radar to track the action:
As we head into Christmas Day, the next system moves in from the west. It’s also fairly light, but may have a touch of light rain and light snow for some:
That takes us to the end of the week and a very strong storm system wrapping up to our west. Temps surge ahead of this on a strong southwesterly wind. As the storm moves toward the Great Lakes, it drags a cold front toward Kentucky. Widespread heavy rain and a few thunderstorms will be noted along and ahead of this front:
That’s followed up by much colder air pressing into the region as the active storm track continues. That leads with winter storms working across the country: