It remains unseasonably warm today with highs back in the 60s. However, expect more clouds; so, it’ll be a bit cooler than yesterday with low-mid 60s. There could also be a sprinkle or two, but it won’t amount to much. Tonight, clouds and a southerly wind will keep temps well above average with lows in the 50s for many cities. Keep in mind, lows should be below freezing this time of year (and normal highs in the 40s).
Friday brings similar weather, but Saturday temps spike into the upper 60s ahead of an approaching cold front that’ll arrive Sunday. As the front moves in for the last day of the weekend, expect quite a bit of rain. Early forecast rainfall estimates range between 1″-2″ for Sunday…stay tuned.
Behind the front, expect cooler (near average) temps for the last two days of 2019. For now, New Year’s Eve looks dry with 30s for New Year’s Eve night. New Year’s Day brings seasonable Mid 40s with partly cloudy skies (this could change…so stay tuned).