An active week ahead

Travel for the coming week won’t be ideal, but the problems locally remain minimal.

Our weather pattern becomes more active for the start of the workweek. Skies remain mostly cloudy on Monday but temps still climb into the lower 40s – so when precipitation does arrive later in the day, it will fall as rain. Rain showers and more widespread periods of rain continue into Tuesday with highs climbing to near 50°. We’re still closely watching the Wednesday (Christmas Eve) forecast. Some colder air begins to build in on the backside of a storm system, allowing precipitation to slowly change from rain to snow during the day. Any snow accumulation looks to be light (generally 1″ or less). Lingering precipitation should taper off on Christmas Day. Both Christmas Eve and Christmas Day will be windy, with some gusts above 30 mph possible.

This forecast will be changing over the next few days, so keep checking back with the Live Doppler 15 Fury Storm Team for updates!

Monday: Cloudy with scattered rain showers developing late.

High: 43°

Winds: SE 5-15 mph

Monday Night: Cloudy with rain showers likely.

Low: 39°

Winds: SE 5-15 mph

Tuesday: Mild with showers

High: 51°

Winds: SE 10-15 mph

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