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White Christmas unlikely with warmer temperatures expected next week

Posted at 5:27 PM, Dec 17, 2020

WISCONSIN — Southeastern Wisconsin will likely have to imagine a white Christmas this year.

Temperatures are expected to warm up and rain is even possible, so don't bet on having snow when you open your presents on Christmas morning.

Friday is going to be around 40 degrees so any snow you have right now will likely melt. If it doesn't, Saturday will be around 38 degrees and Sunday will be around 36.

To make matters worse for snow lovers, there's a 30 percent chance for rain/snow on Saturday and Monday. But, with temperatures, the chances of accumulation are slim to none.

Storm Team Four Meteorologist Brian Niznansky said both the storm systems this weekend on Saturday and early next week on Monday look minor, and won't result in much accumulation if any.

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