Quiet Weather Leads to No White Christmas

Good morning, everyone! It’s hard to believe that Christmas week is already upon us. First looking at the good news, we will see dry weather this week as restoration efforts continue around the city, the bummer of the news though, is that quiet weather leads to no white Christmas for us.

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We will try again next year for a white Christmas (giphy.com)

First Part of the Week

After receiving more than we bargained for weather-wise over the past couple of weeks, the city is finally being rewarded with quiet weather just in time for the holidays. Today through Wednesday will all be pretty similar with calm winds and temperatures in the upper 40’s. Today, expect clouds to increase, tomorrow, they will be on the decrease, and Wednesday will be mostly sunny.

At lunch today, temperatures will be in the mid-40s (Pivotal Weather).

Overnight lows will also be around the upper 20s. High pressure is largely dominating the south and mid-south which is to thank for the stable weather and sunshine we will experience this week.

High pressure is clear to see dominating the eastern half of the country keeping any wet weather at bay (Pivotal Weather).

Christmas Eve/Christmas

Thursday, temperatures begin an upward climb where they will top out in the mid 50’s. This temperature climb will be the trend for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day as well where the highs both days are expected to be in the mid 60’s. Break out the holiday sandals because there is no chance of a white Christmas with these temperatures.

On Christmas Eve, expect it to be mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers, mainly into the evening and overnight. Christmas Day, expect it to be partly sunny with the slightest chance of rain still existing. Even though we do have rain chances these days, the impacts should be very minimal and is not expected to influence travel.

Low pressure up north brings light rain showers through the area Christmas Eve into Christmas Day (Pivotal Weather).

Well that just about does it for today! Thanks for reading and be sure to follow our live weather feed on twitter, instagram, and facebook, @wxornotBG. Have a great Monday.