Turning milder through Christmas, low rain chances throughout the week

Forecast

Next chance for few showers not until Friday...

TONIGHT: Mostly Clear, Cool. Lo 28.

MONDAY: Mainly Sunny, Warmer. Hi 52.

TUESDAY: A Touch Cooler, Partly Sunny. Hi 46.

The warm up is officially underway as highs today reached the mid to upper 40s, with even a few 50s. However with clear skies and calm winds tonight, it will turn chilly again with temperatures dropping into the 20s almost everywhere overnight.

Monday looks to be a spectacular day. With sunshine and southwest breeze, temperatures should eclipse 50 degrees for many of us. A weak cold front will cross Monday night, cooling us off into the 40s for Tuesday and Christmas Day, but even that will still be above average when it comes to the high temperature. No rain expected through the holiday, with fairly quiet weather across the entirety of the northeast.

Some unsettled weather will return toward the end of the week as a stronger storm develops over the central United States. At this point, it appears only a few showers would cross Friday with a weaker disturbance, with a better chance for some rain Sunday as a stronger front sweeps through. It looks to turn much colder for next week, so enjoy the milder and dry weather this week as much as you can!

-Meteorologist Adis Juklo

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