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After a foggy, cloudy morning,  Sunday will be drier and with more sunshine, and highs in the lower 50s.  Clouds will be on the increase once again by late-afternoon Sunday. Rain will develop overnight into Monday. Rain showers will be likely into Monday early-afternoon before ending west to east. Monday's highs likely reach the upper 40s once again.

Tuesday of next week will be milder, with highs in the lower 50s for many. Christmas Eve brings more unsettled weather with showers, isolated thunderstorms and highs near 60.  A strong cold front sweeps through Christmas Eve night, blowing Santa Claus and some colder air into the region :)  Most of the moisture should be gone before the colder air arrives.  Right now, we can expect, at most, a few flurries late Christmas Eve,-early Christmas morning.   Christmas Day is dry, gusty and cold, with highs in the mid 40's

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Karen Wynne   Follow me on Twitter @KarenWynneWLOS



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