(KNOE) - In just a few hours Santa will be zooming through North and South America delivering presents and overall looks like he'll have some dry weather except over the midwest.... it might slow him down a little bit but rudolph with his nose so bright will get him through it! Pretty chilly temperatures off to our north and those will be filtering in through the night, so looking like we'll drop slightly below freezing by the morning with mostly clear skies and a light northerly breeze. Tomorrow looks a bit sunnier than today, especially once the upper level dip in the jet stream passes and the high pressure builds back in. We'll probably see a few clouds throughout Christmas Day, with temperatures in the upper 40s and light northerly breeze again. Another chilly start Tuesday morning with a few more clouds during the day, with the rain coverage increasing later in the evening. Wednesday we'll be mostly cloudy with a few scattered showers, which will keep our temperatures in the upper 40s still. More rain coming Thursday before a weak cold front, then the next chance for rain by New Years Eve with another cold front coming through.