After a very warm Saturday afternoon a cold front moved through to help get us back to more normal December conditions to finish out the weekend. Drier air is settling in behind the front and the temperatures will fall in line with long term averages. Look for Sunday morning lows around 50 on the south shore and in the 40s on the north shore while afternoon highs remain in the 60s as opposed to the upper 70s and 80s we enjoyed for most of the week. A reinforcing front will move through late Sunday into Monday morning. There will not be any moisture for the front to work with so expect this system to stay dry. High pressure building in behind this front will allow us to stay dry and sunny with comfortable temperatures for most of the week. Another round of cooler air moves in mid-week allowing for the north shore to drop into the middle 30s for Wednesday and Thursday.
- Meteorologist Nicondra Norwood
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