SUMMARY: We are waking up to some light rain and cloudy skies this Monday morning before it moves out by the afternoon. The sunshine will return on Tuesday. Temperatures will be well above average by Christmas Day with highs in the middle to upper 60s. Clouds will build back in late week with some rain showers possible by the weekend.
MONDAY: Rain showers will linger into the morning hours of Monday, but we will finally start to see those exit the area by the afternoon. We’ll stay mostly cloudy for the rest of the day with temperatures climbing into the upper 50s. A bit breezy with a N wind 10-20 mph.
MONDAY NIGHT: Skies will gradually clear heading into the overnight hours. Some areas could see some patchy fog by Tuesday morning. Temperatures drop into the mid 40s.
CHRISTMAS EVE: We’re in for a very warm Christmas Eve with highs warming up in the middle 60s. We’ll see a bit more sunshine on Tuesday. Santa will have good weather Christmas Eve night overall, maybe some patchy fog but that won’t stop him. Overnight lows in the upper 40s.
CHRISTMAS DAY: A few clouds will likely build into the area on Wednesday. No rain is expected. Highs in the upper 60s.
THURSDAY-SUNDAY: Clouds will linger through the end of the week with temperatures getting into the middle to upper 60s. A sprinkle or two is possible, but the best chance for any shower activity would be on Saturday. Temperatures will drop slightly on Sunday with highs in the upper 50s and lingering clouds.