Saturday Looks to Deliver Some Sunshine Before Showers Start on Sunday


The warm weather continues, and it’s even staying warm overnight. About 6:30 p.m. this morning, the temps were in the upper 50s. That is about five degrees above our average high for late December. It was so mild last night that we set a new record, the highest low temp. In other words, the warmest nighttime low temp ever recorded. Now, we are not going to get a whole lot warmer today, but we are still about 20 degrees above average.

Highs for today will top out in the mid 60s and this cloud cover continues to stick around. Tonight will have lows a little cooler, around the mid 40s.

Tomorrow should be a really great day if you get the opportunity to get out, because highs will be in the mid 60s and we’ll be getting some sunshine through tomorrow afternoon.

Sunday is where we will start to see some changes, as rain moves into the area and it’s only going to stick around for about 24 hours. However, it will be consistent and drop a considerable amount of rain quickly. Most areas will see an inch or two Sunday through Monday morning. A cold front moves in late over the weekend.