Today’s weather story from the National Weather Service:
Christmas Eve weather
(December 23, 2014) – The current low pressure will give rain chances to the area for today. During today the low pressure system to affect the Christmas holiday will begin moving northward from the Gulf of Mexico.
On Christmas Eve this system will be moving through the area. Temperatures are looking warm enough for the precipitation to be rain tomorrow. There could be a mix of rain/snow tomorrow afternoon in northwestern Indiana.
Still some uncertainty in the exact track of the low. The low is expected to move through north-central to northeastern Indiana but just a small shift in the track of the low will cause a shift in how much snow an area receives. A heavier snow band could set up over either northeastern Illinois or northwestern Indiana…once again depending on where the low tracks. Christmas day will be drier with high temperatures ranging from 34 to 37 degrees.