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White Snow A No-Show This Christmas

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It may not feel like winter this December, but the winter solstice -- marking the longest night and shortest day of the year -- occurs Monday night. With cloudy skies and rainy conditions, the day may seem even shorter.

And you can hum the song all you want, but a white Christmas probably isn't in the cards for Indiana this year.

Sonia Mark with the National Weather Service says we can expect rain and temperatures in the low 50s on Christmas Day.

"There’s an increase in precipitation but not necessarily in wintry precipitation and temperatures look like they’re going to stay at or slightly above normal," she says.

Temperatures are expected to average in the 40s and 50s throughout the next week.

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