Updated on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at 6:15 pm. By Meteorologist Heidi Werosta
Saturday Night: Clear. Low: 26-29°. Wind: NE 1-5 mph.
Sunday: Few clouds to start then increasing throughout the day. High: 49-53°. Wind: Variable 2-8 mph.
Sunday Night: Cloudy along with periods of rain starting late overnight. Low: 43-46°. Wind: S 1-5 mph.
Monday: Periods of rain. Heavy at times and becoming breezy. Warm. High: 62-65°. Wind: S 10-25
As we head into the overnight hours, lows will fall to either side of 30 degrees and the skies will stay clear. Sunday will start out mainly sunny and the highs will become warm (around 60 degrees) as a high pressure builds, but gives way throughout the day and moves off into the Atlantic… this is where the clouds will play a role because a low pulls in and leading to a big rain-maker for the first half of the upcoming week. There is a system brewing/developing off to our west and this will more than likely create a soggy Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday morning, in addition to temperatures around 60 degrees. At this point in time, many areas may see more than 1 inch of rain. In addition to the rain, the winds will also be howling from the S/SW with gusts around 25 mph. Do want to mention that since there will be a big drop in temperatures come Wednesday morning (to a few degrees above 32), this may mean some areas may see a wintry mix to a few wet snowflakes… the chances are minimal at this time as it should mainly pass as rain.
Once this system passes, the skies will clear through Wednesday afternoon and lows return back to the 40s for highs for the remainder of the upcoming week... but with the wind factored in, it'll feel like the lower 30s to the 20s come Thursday.
Overall, a fairly pleasant Sunday is ahead, but then rain arrives for the first half of the upcoming week, which will then be followed by well-below average temperatures as an Arctic blast comes our way.
An average high temperature for early-December is 51 degrees and a low at 32.