- By Chris Thompson
- 12/21/2014 11:33 AM
UNSETTLE AHEAD OF CHRISTMAS
Low pressure off the southeast coast will keep enough moisture across the region to keep the threat of a few showers along the coast for the rest of the afternoon.
Rain chances increase from south to north tonight and we will be in-and-out of rain through Tuesday into early Wednesday.
Tuesday night and Wednesday could get interesting as a cold front approaches we will see breezy and warm conditions along with the chance of a thunderstorm or two. Speaking of thunder in winter . . . winter begins, astronomically speaking, this evening at 6:03pm.
As of now the rain should move out of here Christmas Eve, and Christmas day should be drier and cooler.
EVENING: Mostly cloudy, chilly. Temp near 42.
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy, foggy. Temp near 38.
SUNDAY: Partly sunny, seasonable. High near 55.