Tracking light showers for Christmas Day

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EVENING: Clearing, breezy and chilly. Temps near freezing.

TONIGHT: Winds decrease, clear and cold. Low 25.

THURSDAY: Seasonable chill with a mix of sun and clouds. High 40.

Colder and drier air is settling in this evening and the winds will begin to decrease early tonight. With clear skies and calming winds, many locations will dip into the low 20s overnight.

Thursday continues seasonably chilly with highs near 40 degrees. Any travel across the Mid-Atlantic states will have mainly dry conditions for Thursday and Christmas Eve. Some locations across of northern PA will see some flurries and light snow showers Christmas Eve, with little or no accumulation expected. There are no big storms in the works for Christmas weekend and next week, however, several weak and quick moving systems will keep frequent rain chances over the next 7 to 10 days. The first quick mover arrives Christmas Day. Stray, light showers will brush the area Saturday morning with more showers arriving later in the afternoon.

Sunday will be dry before two other weaker systems bring chances for more rain showers Monday through next Wednesday.

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder

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