Cold Christmas Day
From Meteorologist Zack Webster in the 4Warn Storm Center:
SYNOPSIS – After a morning filled with heavy rain and plenty of cloud cover, we are steadily beginning to dry out through the evening. Clouds will begin to clear out as well, and colder temperatures are also on the way in. We’ll continue to remain cold under sunny skies for our Christmas Day, then temperatures will steadily warm through the 50s and into the 60s by the start of next week. Lows will warm from the middle 20s to the lower 40s and 50s.
TONIGHT – Clearing and cold. Low near 29°. Winds W at 10-15 mph.
TOMORROW – Sunny with a few high clouds. High near 46°. Winds WNW at 10-15 mph
TOMORROW NIGHT – Clear and cold. Low near 26°. Winds NW at 5-10 mph.
SAT: Sunny. Low: 26° High: 54°
SUN: Sunny. Low: 30° High: 59°
MON: Mostly sunny. Low: 39° High: 65°
TUE: Mostly sunny. Low: 40° High: 66°
WED: Mostly cloudy. Low: 50° High: 70°
THU: Morning rain, then partly cloudy. Low: 58° High: 63°↓ 50% AM
COASTAL FORECAST TUESDAY – Rough on Coastal Lakes and Bays. Winds NW at 20-25 kts. Seas 6-9 feet, with occasional seas up to 11 feet.
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