Updated Christmas Eve Forecast

Temperatures continue to go above freezing in many locations in Central Indiana, and that’s good news for anyone traveling this afternoon.

Santa will still have to dodge raindrops tonight, but should be okay on his visit into Central Indiana.  Click here to see if there are any active warnings for the area.

Rain showers will increase in intensity as we head into late tonight and early Christmas morning.  Temperatures will be on the rise, and winds could gust up to 30mph.  By Christmas morning, temps could be in the mid 40s, but don’t get too used to a warm Christmas!

Temperatures will be falling Christmas Day, and by noon Friday, the heaviest of rain should be out of Central Indiana.  One to two inches of rain is possible by Friday mid-morning, or around noon.  Winds could gust up to 40mph.  By Christmas night a few snow showers are possible as temps drop into the low 30s.

Saturday, light snow is possible, and we’ll see the same weather story set up for Sunday with highs only reaching the upper 20s.