Patchy light snow & freezing drizzle to drizzle with light fog is likely this afternoon to this evening with temperatures 32-37.
Some patchy clearing with patchy to areas of freezing fog & frost are likely tonight. Patchy black ice will also develop.
Lows will vary from 20-28 depending on whether you have more clearing or less.
Friday looks partly to mostly cloudy with highs 37-45 & south winds 13-25 mph.
Saturday system is coming in quickly. Showers are possible by midday-afternoon with south-southwest wind 15-30 mph. They may end as some snow showers Saturday night. Highs will run in the 40s. I went for 41-47 due to the system coming in sooner giving us a shorter duration to warm up to formerly projected 44-51.
Rainfall of 0.15-0.40" is likely.
40s Sunday should give way to upper 40s to mid 50s Monday, then 40s to 50 Tuesday.
We should warm nicely Wednesday to Thursday (Christmas Eve) with strong southwest winds to 40 mph.
Rain is likely Wednesday night-Thursday with very mild temperatures in the 50s. It may end as brief snow Thursday late with colder weather & winds from the northwest to 40 mph.
Looks like 0.30-0.60" of rainfall right now.
Brief, sharp cool-down with some below normal temperatures is possible around & after Christmas, followed by a rapid, significant warm-up.
Rain is possible with the warm-up with 50s.
However, slightly-below normal temperatures arrive by New Year's & it still appears the risk of some snow & snow/ice will go up as we get into early January.