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Christmas Day: Starts chilly, ends seasonable

Look at the weather St. Nick brought us for Christmas!
A sneak peek into your Christmas Day weather
A sneak peek into your Christmas Day weather(KBTX)
Published: Dec. 24, 2020 at 4:50 PM CST|Updated: Dec. 24, 2020 at 5:50 PM CST
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BRYAN, Texas (KBTX) - After a chilly Christmas Eve, Christmas Day will start off with some festive and frosty temperatures as we fall into the low 30s Friday morning. Areas of patchy frost look to develop as most of us fall close or dip below the freezing mark by sunrise, so cover up your sensitive plants and plan on bringing the pets inside!

Frosty temperatures in the morning... shaping up to be a beautiful Christmas Day.
Frosty temperatures in the morning... shaping up to be a beautiful Christmas Day.(KBTX)

With mostly sunny skies on hand, we’ll warm up to a seasonable Christmas day with temperatures reaching the mid to upper 50s by noon, and topping off in the low-to-mid 60s by the afternoon hours.

Festive temperatures in the morning, warming up to be a beautiful and sunny Christmas day.
Festive temperatures in the morning, warming up to be a beautiful and sunny Christmas day.(KBTX)

As we head into the weekend, we’ll fall into a warming trend as moisture pumps back into the Brazos Valley. The cloud cover increases and the isolated rain chances return by Sunday, ahead of bigger chances for rain and storms with our next frontal system by midweek.