(WKBN) — Christmas Eve will stay warm with overnight temperatures in the middle 40’s. The risk for rain showers will increase through the night.

We will not have a white Christmas this year here in Northeast Ohio and Northwest Pennsylvania.

Rain will be likely Christmas day as the storm system sweeps through the area. There is a chance for thunder. Temperatures will push into the low to mid 50’s.

Cooler temperatures will settle back in Saturday night and Sunday with scattered clouds to end the weekend.

Below is a look at some Christmas Day Weather info:

The hottest Christmas
66° in 1982
The coldest Christmas
-12° in 1983
The most precipitation
1.86″ in 1979
The snowiest
5.8″ in 2020
The most snow on the ground
10″ in 1995

Keep up with the latest forecast here.