It's going to be a mess on the roads tonight and into the overnight hours. Scattered showers should cover the majority of the Tri-State until the early morning hours of Christmas Eve. Temperatures are still fairly mild, which will make it difficult for flurries to develop behind the rain. Low temperatures will dip into the mid 20s. There is a small chance you may see some light flurries Christmas Eve Morning.
Christmas Eve: The majority of Thursday will be cloudy. Some pops of sunshine may make an appearance tomorrow afternoon, but even still, it's going to be hard for our highs to reach above the freezing mark. Thankfully, for folks traveling, it's going to be primarily dry tomorrow.
Christmas: Get ready to feel the frigid air. Waking up Friday morning, temperatures could be as low as the mid-teens with wind chill values in the single digits. We'll be welcoming sunshine Christmas afternoon with highs only topping out in the upper 20s.