Tonight, clouds decrease, leaving us with mostly clear skies, and lows will drop into the upper 40s. Highs on Tuesday will be in the lower 70s. Lows: Low-to-mid 30s.
More widespread showers and storms are possible through the overnight into early Tuesday.
More sunshine is expected Monday.
Tomorrow night: Skies turn mostly cloudy as flow from the south-southeast continues to increase moisture levels. Lows in the mid 30s.
Today will start off as partly sunny and gradually become sunny with a high of 52. Highs are most likely in the low-to-mid 50s, though they could come in a little lower or higher depending on how much sun vs. clouds. Winds will be very minimal, providing good conditions to go outside and hang Christmas lights or do yard work. Widespread fog is likely to form across the area late this evening. Overnight lows are mild, in the low-to-mid 40s. Once a cold front passes through, we'll see a change from rain to snow on Tuesday.More news: Leclerc joins Ericsson at Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 team
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Mon: High: 62 Mostly cloudy.
Expect dry, sunny conditions Saturday, Sunday and into Monday with temperatures slightly above normal, forecasters say. We should remain dry through the day with a partly cloudy sky.
While the astronomical winter season starts on Dec. 21, the meteorological winter season begins on Dec. 1 and runs through the end of February, because December, January and February are the three coldest months of the year.
Friday Night.Clear and cold.