We could tie a record for our warmest Christmas ever!




More mild temps and sunshine expected for this Christmas Eve in Kentuckiana! We may start the day with a little patchy fog, then plenty of sun throughout the day. Temps topping out in the mid 60s – around 20 degrees above normal. Christmas still looks like it may tie a record high temp! (Record: 68°)




Clouds increase towards the end of the week ahead of a cold front that will bring us rain possibly beginning on Saturday evening. Rain will last into Sunday and cooler temps will move in early next week so a few flurries Monday morning might be possible.

For now though, we’ll enjoy the dry and mild conditions!




CHRISTMAS EVE: Mostly sunny and warm. High: 65. Wind: E 5 mph.

TONIGHT: Cool and clear. Low: 41. Wind: Calm.

CHRISTMAS DAY: More sun,  record warmth!  High: 68. Wind: SW 5 mph.

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