TODAY: A weak disturbance will be moving across the region from the west. This will keep us mostly cloudy and may bring some light sprinkles to parts of the area. High near 57, south wind staying light 5-10mph.
TONIGHT: Low near 33, clouds will break apart and clear by early tomorrow morning. The wind will change to the northwest as that disturbance continues pushing east.
WEDNESDAY: High near 63, mostly sunny with a little bit stronger northerly wind 8-18mph.
EXTENDED: A cold front will push into the area late Wednesday early Thursday. This will drop the highs some and bring a breezy northerly wind 15-25mph. Rebounding quickly for the first day of winter with highs in the mid 60s. Another front this week will drop highs to near average as we get into next week.
CHRISTMAS: Thing are looking dry and cool for Christmas Day. Models continue to hint some precipitation possible starting late that Tuesday and next Wednesday. We will keep you informed if there are any changes.
Have a great Tuesday, 7 days until Christmas! Matt will have the next update tonight on the News at Nine.