From News9 meteorologist Stephanie Malone...
This month has felt sort of like a rollercoaster, with temperatures being nice and warm like today, and then cooling off with the passage of a new cold front. The end of this month will continue that trend, with warm temperatures today and a cold front this afternoon cooling things off for tomorrow. Today is so warm and dry, that there is a high risk for wildfires. Temperatures will top off in the mid to upper 60s today with south winds switching from the north at 15 to 25 miles per hour.
Tonight we will get below freezing, around 30 degrees, and then only get up to the low 40s tomorrow. New Year's eve will be especially cold with lows getting down to the upper 20s before getting up to 50 degrees for your New Year's day.
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