Dec 28, 2014 4:48 PM
Temps begin to change come Monday as a frontal passage starts to move through the region. This pocket of colder air stay in place for much of the week with highs in the twenties and overnight lows in the teens.
This colder air mass looks to stay locked in place for much of the week including well into New Year's Eve. Overnight temperatures expected in the twenties as the ball drops at midnight so bundle up! High pressure remains in control overall so generally fair skies are expected through the week, with perhaps our next weather maker not moving through until next Saturday.
Sunday: An early shower otherwise cloudy to start but becoming mostly sunny during the afternoon, mild, highs 44-48. Monday: Mostly sunny, colder, highs 33-37. Tuesday: Mostly sunny, chilly, highs 25-29. New Year's Eve: Sun and clouds, highs 25-29. New Year's Day: Sun and clouds, highs 28-32. Friday: Mostly sunny, highs 31-35.
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