Today will be much different than the next several days as a wild weather ride comes into full effect. This Monday shows mainly dry conditions with a small chance at a shower or two with highs in the upper 40s to lower 50s.
Starting tomorrow our weather pattern will be very active for the next several days. Rain showers will be with us Tuesday and Christmas Eve before we see the transition to snow on during that night.
Once we see the changeover to snow on Christmas Eve night it looks like the snow showers will last through Christmas morning before fading through the day. That means that some of us will wake up to snow flying on Christmas morning. The temperatures won't be extremely cold and ground temperatures will be fairly warm, so it'll be hard to get some sticking around here.
We will watch for another system coming in during the weekend as well.
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