PM Update: Some Showers for Santa's Arrival
Sunny and not too cold Christmas Day
It has been a cloudy and increasingly warm and windy Christmas Eve across the area as we await some rain and Santa's arrival. Winds from the south that have occasionally gusted above 30 mph this afternoon will continue to do so prior to the arrival of a cold front overnight. Rain odds go up this evening, before the sun comes back for Christmas Day.
Tonight: Showers are possible this evening and into the night (60% chance). Temperatures will stay rather steady or warm just a bit through the 50s as a south wind continues ahead of a cold front, which will whisk away any rain before sunrise. Early-morning temperatures may drop back to the low-to-mid 40s behind the front on a northwest wind.
Christmas Day: If we cannot have a snowy Christmas, then at least we can enjoy some calm and pleasant weather. There will be lots of sunshine Thursday along with a light wind from the northwest as highs reach the upper 40s -- a bit above average for this time of year. All in all, it should be a good day to play with any new outdoor toys.
See Dan Stillman's forecast through the weekend.
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