Warmer Weather, No Rain in Christmas Day Forecast

A cold front will reach South Florida after Christmas, but it won't be as strong as the last one to hit the area.

By John Morales
|  Tuesday, Dec 25, 2012  |  Updated 10:44 AM EDT
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Christmas Day is expected to be warm with temperatures reaching as high as 80 degrees following a cold front that reached South Florida earlier in the week.

A southeast wind flow will also bring high clouds across the state, but no rain is in sight.

Water temperature will be around 76 degrees, with small seas and only a moderate bay chop.

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But a cold front linked to a western storm is expected to reach the area Wednesday. There is only a slight chance that rain will come with it.

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Other parts of the country are expected to experience less than perfect weather Christmas. New York should receive heavy snow, and areas along the Gulf Coast are at risk for tornadoes.

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