Today: A dry and cool pattern will establish itself through the end of this week. Christmas Eve highs will remain in the low and mid 50's for most locations under a sunny sky with a breezy north wind around 10 mph.
Tonight: Mostly clear sky with low temperatures getting chillier, readings near the 30º mark. The wind should slow a bit to the 5 mph zone, but still coming in from the north.
Christmas Day: Below and near freezing temperatures when you wake. This should be the coldest day of the week, here's to hoping you get a warm pair of socks! A clear pattern during the day will continue with a mostly sunny sky, a light breeze and a few extra clouds during the night. Temperatures should get to the mid 50's with lows dropping to the mid 30's. A high pressure system will be moving in from the west and this typically reinforces our weather as a dry, clear and cold pattern.
End of the Week: The cold air will slowly work it's way into the low 60 degree readings for the weekend. The mostly clear and dry conditions will also continue. A cold front is expected later this weekend, but it does not appear to have a moisture source, so this could initiate more cloud coverage and reinforce the return to cooler temperatures.