Our active weather pattern continues a great way to stay up to date on the daily changes is with the free First Alert Weather App.
We'll stay mostly cloudy again today with isolated, light rain and drizzle continuing this afternoon. Highs will be in the middle 50s. Temperatures drop into the upper 30s tonight.
Some clearing is possible overnight, but we'll still start Wednesday mostly cloudy. The clouds should diminish with time heading into the afternoon. Highs will be close to 50° as a north wind develops.
That north breeze will drive in our next round of cold. We'll drop into the mid-20s by Thursday morning with wind chills in the teens. Skies will be mostly sunny Thursday afternoon, but temps will struggle to get out of the mid-30s.
We're back in the upper 20s on Friday morning with highs in the upper 40s and increasing afternoon cloud cover. This cold snap is brief as highs should push back into the 60s ahead of our next weather maker on Saturday. The chance for rain will go up this weekend.
Scattered showers can be expected Saturday, and thunderstorms will be possible overnight into Sunday. Expect a return to cooler conditions as we start next week in fact, Sunday morning is likely to be warmer than the afternoon.
The weather looks to remain unsettled for the week leading up to Christmas so be sure to check back for frequent updates.
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