Monday, December 24, 2012

Drizzle, Fog, Rain, Then Snow

What a Christmas forecast!

Let's dive right in tonight. For the rest of Christmas Eve we'll have some light drizzle and patchy dense fog late with a low of 38° by morning.


Christmas Day calls from a slight chance for rain after lunch under a cloudy sky and a high of 49°. Winds will be fairly light from the east northeast up to 10 mph. Christmas Night will see our shower and thunderstorm chances increase with a low of 45°. The rain will be heavy at times and rain chances are 100%.


For Wednesday, rain showers before lunch, then a rain/snow mix after lunch. The high will be near 47° early but falling during the day. South winds 10 to 15 mph turning west northwest in the afternoon with gusts to 25 mph. Rain/snow chances 70%.

Wednesday Night - A 30% chance of snow with a low of 29°.
Total accumulations to 1/2".

Cold Thursday with a high of just 42°.

Further out, a rain/snow chance Saturday with snow on Saturday night.
Cold Sunday.

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