By: Meteorologist Ryan Davidson
Increasing heat and moisture will be pulled into our area throughout the day today. This will result in steadily increasing cloud coverage through this afternoon. Overnight an overcast sky may drop a few raindrops prior to the front spreading through by 6am Thursday morning. Temperatures fall after, becoming cold.
TODAY: Increasing clouds and a high of 77. Southeast wind 10-15mph
TONIGHT: Becoming overcast. A few showers after 1am as the cold front approaches. Morning temperatures will likely be in the lower 60s as the front comes through. Southeast wind 10-15mph
THURSDAY: Thunderstorms early (around 6am) with temperatures steadily falling from the mid 60s throughout the day. Some storms could be strong and a few may be severe. Daytime highs will be near the mid 60s 1am Thursday morning. Meaning the temperature you start your day with will be the highest temperature you encounter on Thursday.
THURSDAY NIGHT- SATURDAY NIGHT: Overnight lows will dip into the lower 30s Friday and Saturday morning and even though the sun will be out Friday and Saturday the highs will struggle to get out of the 50s Friday and mid 60s Saturday.
SUNDAY: Partly cloudy with highs in the upper 60s and overnight lows in the lower 50s.
CHRISTMAS EVE - CHRISTMAS DAY: Cloudy with a 20-30% chance of rain. Highs in the upper 60s and overnight lows in the mid 50s dropping to the mid 40s Christmas night.
WEDNESDAY: Another front setting up to move through and preliminary model runs still show a bigger cool-down by late next week. Overnight lows could be in the low 30s or even the upper 20s!