Yup, wet weather arrives just in time for Christmas Eve. The good news is that the rain will mainly be light and move quickly through the area leaving changes for Christmas Day.
In the meantime, Wednesday's forecast will be a bit cooler due to a cold front moving through the Ohio Valley. The front shifts the wind to the northwest and ushers in colder air and really about it.
On Thursday, winds return out of the south at 10 to 15 mph and that will roll in more mild air. The warming trend begins!
Friday is the day that our team continues to watch for a chance of rain. An area of low pressure is heading toward the area and it's possible that there could be some isolated showers in the afternoon hours and even spotty rain overnight as the cold front passes. However, no snow!
Christmas Day still looks pleasant with highs in the mid to low 50s and partly cloudy. Afternoon temps