Well, I have good news and bad news when it comes to our forecast for Christmas week. First, the good news.
If you love warmer weather, you're going to love the first three days of this week, at least with the temperatures. After some morning frost, we're in the mid 50s with sunshine and clouds today and the low 60s for Tuesday and the first part of Christmas Eve. However, rain chances move in Tuesday and will stick with us through much of Wednesday.
The bad news? If you were looking for a white Christmas, this doesn't look like this is going to be the one. The chances were looking really good for a little while last week, but you know how I feel about long range forecasting. It'll break your heart every time. I think the best we can hope for on that front is a few flakes flying in the air on Christmas morning. The ground should be much too warm for anything to stick.
I already talked about the daytime highs for the first three days of this week, so lets talk overnight lows. Tonight, we drop into the mid 40s, but warm air starts to push in from the south late, so temperatures should start to go back up toward dawn. We'll only drop into the 50s overnight Tuesday night and finally get into the mid 30s for Christmas Eve night.
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