Hang on to your Santa hat Christmas morning, because it might get blown away. We've been talking about looming rain chances on Christmas morning for a while now. Today, our discussion shifts to the possibility of a severe weather threat. A strong upper level disturbance will provide the necessary lift and shear for tornadoes and damaging winds in the area. The models are projecting this possibility early from 3 a.m. to around 9 a.m. Christmas morning. Fortunately Santa will be long gone by the time these storms interrupt his sleigh ride. Are you ready for the freezing temperatures Christmas night?
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