A little bit of EVERYTHING this week, as we turn the calendar to WINTER!
Today will be MURKY and gray. With light winds and plenty of moisture still lingering from the weekend, FOG is fairly widespread this morning (patchy drizzle too). While the fog will erode, low clouds look to stay the day most areas (except west) to keep temps in the 50s. We may also see some spotty light rain for areas S/E this afternoon.
Temps hold steady tonight with more clouds and fog before a strong upper level storm heads through tomorrow. Widespread RAIN will develop later AM through the day with some areas (esp east) picking up another inch or more! Rain will exit during the evening...
Wednesday starts with clouds, but some sun breaks through to allow temps to rebound into the 60s PM.
By Thursday, a stronger south wind develops. It will be very warm and with enough sun, we COULD see temps near 80 to start...WINTER!?!
That comes to an end Friday as a strong cold front plows through with falling temps into the 40s on gusty north winds. There may be a few showers early in the day (mainly east) but that's all.
Saturday now looks cool and DRY with highs near 50, BUT warmer south and cooler north as an ARCTIC FRONT lurks just north.
That front drops in Saturday night into Sunday with temps again FALLING into the 30s during the day Sunday. There is a low chance (20%) for some sleet pellets/or some flakes as the colder air kicks in but nothing major.
Christmas Eve into Christmas Day looks COLD and DRY with lows in the 20s and highs in the 30s ...right now. Then again, that's DAY 8...and can always change!