Chilly air slowly moves in for the New Year

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New Year's Eve is dry, but a bit chilly too!





A seasonable chill moves in for New Year's Day.

BREEZY DAY: It’s a foggy start across the region, but colder air moving into the region breaks the fog apart through the morning. The breezes pick up as well, and this helps with the process. SomeHoliday 2 sunshine breaks out for the afternoon, but skies are partly sunny. Expect temperatures to not budge much through the day. Afternoon highs are in the lower to middle 40s.



NEW YEAR CHILL: Friday, the chillier air finally settles in. Highs are knocked into the 30s to near 40 degrees. Skies remain partly sunny. More sunshine is expected Saturday, though it is a bit chillier. Expect the breezes to continue, with readings in the middle to upper 30s. The sunshine lasts through Sunday, with highs near 40 degrees.



STAYING SEASONABLE: A reinforcing shot of cold, yet seasonable, air moves in Monday. Skies are partly sunny, and temperatures fall back into the 30s. Tuesday and Wednesday slowly warm, with ample amounts of sunshine expected. After another day in the 30s on Tuesday, temperatures warm into the lower 40s Wednesday.



Have a great New Year’s Eve!



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