It's warming up once again with highs near 40 the next couple of days.
Today will be mostly sunny again with a high near 40. Winds pick up a bit out of the south at 10 to 20 mph.
Tomorrow will bring the arrival of our Next WeatherMaker. Cloudy skies return and there is a slight chance of late-day rain showers and a high near 40.
Wednesday night as temperatures drop into the low to mid 30s, we could see the rain showers and drizzle change to a wintry mix at times. This could lead to a few slick spots on roads.
Thursday scattered rain showers will continue and may mix with some snowflakes at times. The high reaches 38 degrees.
Friday is the first official day of winter (arrives at 4:23 pm) and it will be cooler and skies will be mostly cloudy. The high only reaches the low to mid 30s with northerly winds. We will also see the full moon Friday, although its peak will be on Saturday night.
The weather then looks seasonable and dry into the weekend.
Saturday brings mostly cloudy skies and a high near 31.
Sunday we can expect partly sunny skies and a high near 31.
Monday, Christmas Eve, will be mostly cloudy and a high near 30.
If you're hoping for a "White Christmas," the chance for picking up an inch or more before Christmas Day is slim at this point. Our best chance may be a shortwave passing the region on Sunday, but at this point, it looks like any snow stays north. There is, however, some indication a few snow showers or flurries may move in late on Christmas Day itself, so that will be something to watch as we get closer!
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