By: Meteorologist Ryan Davidson
Its going to be one of those days. Starting off soggy and grey and kind of well, 'meh'. By the mid-late morning rain should end. By the middle afternoon an overcast sky will start to break up and clear out toward the evening, leading to a clear sky overnight.
TODAY: Sunny and nice. Highs in the low 70s.
TONIGHT: Clear and cool with a low near 50.
WEDNESDAY: Sunny and warm with daytime highs in the upper 70s and overnight lows starting in the upper 50s.
THURSDAY: Thunderstorms early. Some could be strong to even severe. Temperatures will drop after the front passes in the late morning. Daytime highs falling from the upper 60s to the upper 30s into Friday morning.
FRIDAY - SATURDAY: Clearing and cold. Sunny during the day with temperatures into the low 50s to mid-60s and the mid-low 30s overnight.
SUNDAY: A few clouds with mild temperatures in the upper 60s during the day and the mid to upper 40s overnight.
CHRISTMAS EVE & CHRISTMAS DAY: Temperatures continue to rise into the upper 60s and lower 70s ahead of another storm system. Timing is still questionable as to when the front will come through; however, there will be a slight chance for rain both days as moisture and heat stream in ahead of the system itself. Preliminary analysis show potential for some VERY cold air to enter in right after Christmas. We'll still have to wait and see what happens this far out.