LANSING, Mich. — It might not be a Christmas with a coating of snow on the ground, but flakes will still fly through the air.
The frigid temperatures will support anything that sticks hanging around, but lake effect snow accumulation will be limited to locations farther west on this holiday.
Temperatures for the 25th will rise into the middle 20s again, but wind chills will read in the lower teens all day. In the afternoon some lake effect snow showers will move farther inland but will only leave a light dusting at best.
The weekend sees dry weather and a return to the 30s on both days, with Sunday appearing to be the warmest day for the rest of 2020.
Some snow early Monday and next Wednesday may stick with the cooler temperatures, but we'll ride the final two days of the year out with highs in the middle to upper 30s, which is above normal.
Look for the slightly warmer than average trend to continue into the first week of 2021 with limited chances for rain or snow.
However you're spending it, have a very safe and happy holiday season!
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