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Last Updated: Fri 22 Dec 2017 @ 12:00AM EST



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Friday: Partly to mostly cloudy and milder. Highs in the mid 50s.

Friday Night: Showers likely. Mild with lows in the mid to upper 40s.

Saturday: Mostly Cloudy with a chance for showers.  Breezy with highs in the upper 50s and low 60s. Showers in the mountains in the morning, progressing eastward through the afternoon/evening. Rain amounts generally less than 0.25".

Christmas Eve: Mostly cloudy and colder. Highs in the mid 40s (near average). A chance for rain or snow showers after 8PM. Little to no accumulation expected in most areas, though some areas along/west of I-270 may see a light dusting

Christmas: Partly sunny and cold. Highs in the mid 30s.


Forecast Discussion

A couple systems will impact the area over the Holiday weekend. A warm front will push north across the area Friday night bringing in unseasonably warm air. Some shower activity is expected through 7AM Saturday with the frontal passage. Most areas will see a break in any precipitation during the morning and early afternoon, though rain will persist in the mountains for most of the day. Showers return mid-late afternoon for much of the area and wrap up during the late evening. Highs Saturday will be in the 60s in many spots (nearly 20 degrees above average. Colder air will return Saturday night as the cold front crosses the area. Sunday will be a transition day with highs near normal, and weak upper level disturbance will bring another chance of spotty light rain/snow showers late Christmas Eve. Any accumulation would be limited to areas in elevation N&W and on colder surfaces, but no more than a dusting at most (most areas will see no accumulation). Cold will continue for all of next week, with a couple chances for wintry precipitation beginning Thursday. Both major models suggest a bigger system may be in the making for the Friday/Saturday timeframe, but details remain sketch at the moment.




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