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  • Forecast Discussion

    Tonight: Partly cloudy. Low: 24

    Monday: Increasing clouds with spotty drizzle late in the day. High: 40

    Monday Night: Mostly cloudy with areas of light rain and drizzle. Low: 36

    Winter officially begins this evening at 6:03 PM. So for the first night of winter partly cloudy skies will be with us as the temperatures fall into the seasonably cool mid 20s. There will be some sunshine on Monday, but most of that will come early in the day as the clouds are expected to increase throughout. Highs on Monday will be a tad warmer than it has been the last couple days as temps reach the low 40s. However that's just the tip of the iceberg so to speak when it comes to temperatures this week as highs reach in the the mid and upper 40s on Tuesday and then soar to almost 60 degrees on Wednesday for Christmas Eve. Those warmer temperatures will be accompanied by on and off light rain and drizzle Monday night and Tuesday and then steadier and at times heavier rain on Wednesday. Rainfall amounts over this period will generally be in the 1" to 1.5" range. Along with the rain look the winds to pick up throughout the day on Wednesday.


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