A cold front that came through earlier Monday afternoon is bringing in cooler and drier air along with a gusty northwest wind.
Skies stay partly cloudy tonight with overnight lows falling to the upper 30s.
Most of Tuesday looks dry with mostly cloudy skies and chillier temperatures in the upper 40s. A disturbance with enough moisture to work with will move in Tuesday evening, bringing a chance of light rain mixing in with flurries as we drop to the low 30s Tuesday night.
No accumulation is expected.
Christmas Eve still looks cold with temperatures in the mid-40s and a blustery northwest wind.
Christmas Day looks more pleasant with highs back in the upper 50s under mostly sunny skies.
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