This system is fast moving and will move across Kansas and Nebraska into the Midwest by Sunday.
Snow will be heaviest north and west of Route 295 and the Route 2 corridor.
Our rain chances start to go up right after the holiday with a few showers coming up out of the Gulf.
It will be another cool night on Christmas before temperatures warm back up a little bit. Those wind chills by morning time will be in the lower single digits, so if you're out to see family Christmas morning, make sure you bundle up well because it will be frigid tomorrow morning. "Into Christmas Day, highs will be in the upper 20's to lower 30's". Another cold front will cross the region, giving us another chance for some showers. This particular storm will actually be developing as it moves by New England and therefore the exact timing of its intensification as well as the specific track will determine just how much snow each area receives.
Tuesday: Sunshine and cold. Wind: N/SE 5-10. High: 38. Winds out of the west around 5 miles per hour.
Sunday: Sunny. Wind: NW 10-15.
"We'll be on the northern side and that allows the cold air to stay in place", Thompson said. Winds will be west 5 to 10 miles per hour.
Christmas: High: 39 Partly cloudy to mostly cloudy. Lows tonight in the mid teens. Look for mostly sunny skies today with highs heading toward the mid 60s ahead of another cold front tonight.
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