Days at a Glance:
High: 37 Low: 18 Skies will remain mostly sunny during the day, then change over to partly cloudy skies this evening. Winds will be coming out of the NNW around 8 mph throughout the course of the day and into tonight, resulting in single digit wind chill values this evening.
Tuesday (Christmas Eve):
High: 27 Low 18 Skies will remain mostly sunny during the day with clear skies at night. Winds will start out coming out of the NNW around 8 mph resulting in single digit wind chill values early in the day. Winds will change to light and variable out of the south, which will not cause much of a wind chill.
Wednesday (Christmas Day):
High: 41 Low: 25 Skies will be sunny changing over to partly cloudy skies at night. Winds will start as light and variable out of the south, but it will quickly change to a SSW wind between 5-8 mph.
High: 42 Low: 23 Skies will be mostly sunny throughout the day with clear skies at night. Winds will start out of the west between 5-8 mph, changing over to a light and variable winds out of the ENE by sunset.
|This is an outlook for what temperatures will be Christmas morning. With the dark blue representing low 20s, it is safe to say that if you are going anywhere Christmas morning, you are going to want to bundle up.|
The cold front responsible for the severe weather we had on Saturday pushed through our area yesterday bringing with it some cold temperatures. For the first part of this week, we can expect temperatures to stay below 40 as a center of high pressure brings in cold air from our north. As the week progresses, the center of high pressure will begin moving off to our east, which will change the wind direction, thus bringing in slightly warmer air. This warmer air will cause our high temperature to become warmer, but the temperatures will drop below freezing once the sun goes down. So bust out those winter coats and fix you up some hot cocoa, because "Baby, It's Cold Outside."
Forecaster: Will Paschall