If you're dreaming of a white Christmas, there's news brewing that you may be in luck this year here in the Evansville-Owensboro area. This morning, Ron Rhodes (from Eyewitness News) said that one of the long-range forecast models is showing the possibility of snow on Christmas Day!

Now, admittedly, that forecast is definitely "long-range" at this point and could certainly change between now and then.  However, it's enough of a possibility to mention, though, at this point, other weather forecasting groups haven't entirely jumped on board.

I check out AccuWeather this morning. As of this morning, that site isn't showing snow here in the area. However, it is indeed confirming that it's going to continue to be bitter cold.

Here's AccuWeather's current Christmas Eve forecast . . .

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And here's their current forecast for Christmas Day . . .

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As you can see, they, at least at this point, aren't showing a chance of Christmas precipitation.

Neither is The Weather Channel. Here's their current Christmas Day outlook. Oh, and yes! You're seeing highs in the teens (and lows in SINGLE DIGITS) leading up to it.

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Like Ron and AccuWeather, The Weather Channel agrees that it's going to continue to be really cold.

But Ron is going that one step further. Our friends at Eyewitness News, like all meteorologists study a variety of forecast models, which routinely fluctuate and contradict each other. It's one of those models that caught Ron's eye this morning. Here's what he's saying about it.

So, if you're dreaming of a white Christmas, you might, just might get one. Keep those fingers crossed and those eyes to the sky.

And, if you'd like to learn more about our history of white Christmases here in the Tristate area, CLICK HERE!

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