>> Friday, December 23, 2011
Above is today's edition of the video...give it a look.
A cold front continues to exit to the east, and in the wake of that front, drier, cooler air is arriving. Highs today will still be pretty mild, but as soon as tonight, you will rally feel the difference with lows in the 30s.
The region will see lots of sunshine today and tomorrow as the drier air takes hold. Highs tomorrow will be in the 50s though as temps return to more typical December levels.
The next impulse in this quick-hitting pattern will approach the region Sunday. It is looking like a lot of the heavier rain will get suppressed south of NC, but I will continue to mention the chance of at least some shower activity Christmas Day with the better chances being the further south you go in the region. See the video for more.
It is looking like Monday night and Tuesday will feature good chances of a chilly rain as the next storm system rolls through.
Lots of highs in the 50s next week....so slightly above average, but nothing like the warmth that part of this week has featured.
I hope you and yours have a warm, safe, and blessed Christmas!