ORLANDO, Fla. – It looks like Central Florida is going to have some of the best weather in the country when it comes to Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. That is, unless you like it feeling festive.
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Friday (Christmas Eve):
A weak system in the Great Lakes and Upper Midwest could cause delays. The West continues to see the worst weather.
Saturday (Christmas Day):
A new system gets going in the Great Lakes region bringing a chilly rain. Persistent disturbances continue to bring poor weather to the West Coast.
New Year’s Eve:
Fast-forwarding to New Year’s Eve, a system diving out of the Upper Midwest will bring rain to the Mississippi River Valley. It will also deliver brutal cold to the Upper Midwest and Northern Plains.
New Year’s Day:
The highest rain chances move into the Southeast. It remains very cold in the northern tier of the country. The West Coast weather finally starts to settle down.