If you don’t like cold and snow you’ll like the Christmas forecast this year.
A white Christmas in Central Kansas is rare, This year, there is virtually no chance of a white Christmas.
For official records a white Christmas is defined: 1 inch or more of snow on the ground. It can either fall on Christmas day, or have been on the ground from a previous storm.
According to the National Weather Service, with the exception of a slight chance of light rain in southeast Kansas Christmas Eve night, most of the area will stay dry.
A better chance for more widespread moisture will move into the area by Christmas evening and overnight Christmas into Wednesday and Thursday.
A mid-week storm system will bring widespread rain to much of the area Christmas night through Thursday night. Portions of central Kansas could see a wintry mix or snow at times. There is still a lot of uncertainty regarding the specific impacts of this system, so stay tuned for updates.