(KTEN) – ‘Twas the days before Christmas and all through the house, the A/C was running cause we live in the South. 

 

Heat Miser has control of the forecast this year. Morning temperatures on Christmas Eve and Christmas Day are forecast to be in the 50s. Afternoon temperatures will likely reach the low 80s. 

If you were hoping for a white Christmas well, we’re getting a warm Christmas instead.

Not only will it be warm, but we’re expecting record warmth. The forecast high of 80 degrees on Christmas Eve could set the record high temperature. The previous record was set in 1964 of 77 degrees.

 

While this year’s Christmas likely won’t break the record for warmest Christmas, it will still be in the top five warmest Christmases on record for Sherman. 

The record for warmest Christmas was set in 1955 at 88 degrees. If the forecast high of 80 degrees verifies on Christmas Day, 2021 will be the second warmest Christmas on record.

High temperatures are expected to be in the 80s through Sunday. A cold front looks to move in by Monday dropping temperatures into the 60s and 70s for the last few days of the year.