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Mild for now, much colder by weekend

TONIGHT: Under mostly clear skies, lows will only drop into the low 40s with a southwest breeze up to 8 mph. Clouds will increase from the south toward morning.

TUESDAY: Low clouds will be persistent through early afternoon before a cold front moves through. It will feel more like spring as temperatures climb into the low to mid 50s in the afternoon as southwest winds shift to the northwest up to 10 mph.

EXTENDED: Slightly cooler air moves in Tuesday night and our highs will reach the lower 50s Wednesday but jump back up into the lower 60s Thursday under partly cloudy skies. Nights will only drop to near 40. A strong cold front will move in Thursday night, bringing a slight chance of rain as we head into Friday as colder air moves in to end the work week. Highs will drop into the 40s Friday with a chance of rain. The coldest air yet this season arrives for Christmas weekend with high temperatures only reaching the mid 30s Saturday and lower 30s Sunday with nights dropping into the teens and low 20s. While confidence is high regarding the cold blast by the weekend, there is still uncertainty on whether we will see snow on Christmas Eve. There are signs that we’ll tap into some moisture which could bring us our first measurable snow of the season Sunday but anything we do get would be light. It’s possible that it could miss us completely so please check back for the newest forecast. Watch ABC17 news for the latest forecast and follow ABC17 Stormtrack on Twitter for updates.

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