National Weather Service United States Department of Commerce

The calendar flipping to December also marks the beginning of meteorological winter (Dec-Feb), though you wouldn't know it by the temperatures the next few days. A warm front lifting north will bring some spotty light precipitation late tonight into Wednesday morning, followed by a mild and breezy afternoon. Temperatures Wednesday night will be higher than the normal highs for most locations, setting the stage for readings well into the 50s and even lower 60s for some on Thursday. A cold front passage on Thursday will bring a breezy afternoon, followed by a slightly cooler but still above normal Friday. Saturday will be closer to seasonable, with the next threat for precipitation not until Sunday.