Warming as we head towards Christmas

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SUNSHINE TO STAY: We stay dry continuing towards midweek with lots of sunshine to go around. Winds will remain light, so that morning wind chill will be kept at bay for now. Lows will dip into the upper teens and low 20s with highs in the mid to upper 30s and a few low 40s.

MIX CHANCE MIDWEEK: A brief chance for a mix comes in play Thursday morning with rain and snow showers possible until the early afternoon. Temperatures will warm into the 40s by the noon-time hour, so expect any snow to transition to rain by the time the morning hours end. Very little accumulation is expected, so just be ready to head out the door a few minutes early on Wednesday just to be on the safe side.

captureA FEW SHOWERS NEXT WEEKEND: Christmas time is here in the 7-Day Forecast! Temperatures will continue to warm well into the 40s for both Christmas Eve and Christmas with light winds. Christmas Eve looks dry. Christmas Day has the chance to be a little wet, but don’t change any plans right now. A few showers are possible area wide, but they won’t last all day and they’ll have only light to moderate rain. It’s still a ways out in the forecast period, so keep tuning in on-air and online for updates as we get closer to the holiday.

Have a great day!

-Meteorologist Bradon Long

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