Dense fog to start Christmas Eve

NOW: Dense fog to start Christmas Eve

If you are out early Sunday morning, be prepared for areas of dense fog. The reduced visibility could slow you down on the roads, so give yourself a few extra minutes to get out the door. Use low beam headlights when driving. It might feel a little damp at times under the fog.

Fog will remain in place after sunrise, but it lifts late in the morning.

The day is cloudy but mild with highs in the upper 50s.

Skies are cloudy but dry tonight with lows only falling into the upper 40s by Christmas morning.

A stray shower is possible Monday morning, but the bulk of the next rain system moves in for the second half of the day.

It's rainy and breezy Monday night with wind gusts up to 35 mph, so make sure outdoor holiday decorations are secure.

Tuesday there are a few more showers in the morning, then it is cloudy and mainly dry Tuesday evening into Wednesday morning.

There are additional precipitation chances Wednesday night and Thursday. Precipitation Thursday evening and night could turn to a rain/snow mix, then all snow showers by Friday morning.

Temperatures cool through next week, with highs in the 40s by Wednesday and then 30s Thursday through the weekend.

Today (Christmas Eve): Areas of fog and drizzle in the morning, then cloudy and very mild. High 57.

Tonight: Mostly cloudy. Low 48.

Monday (Christmas Day): Cloudy and mild. Afternoon rain. Becoming breezy. High 56.

Tuesday: AM showers. Mainly cloudy. High 52.

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