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Broken Records Today; Mild on Christmas Day

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We shattered the record at Westover A.R.B. this afternoon. We hit a high temperature of 66° at 3:20p, breaking the previous record of 58° set back in 1990. Not only was it warm, but it was a bit muggy as well. Dew points were running in the low 60s, so it even felt humid as you stepped outside.

Christmas is looking beautiful! We'll see a mixture of sunshine and clouds with temperatures reaching close to 60. The record high for tomorrow is 63. 

Saturday is looking cool but with some sunshine. Another wave of low pressure will move our way for Sunday and with it will come the milder temperatures once again. Temperatures will be reaching close to 60! 

However we turn much colder for next week! Along with that some moisture will be moving up the coast. This could set us up for our first winter storm of the season! As of now, the system looks to arrive on Tuesday; initially as snow, changing over to sleet and freezing rain. We will certainly fine tune to this forecast over the weekend. Just a heads up for now so you are not caught off-guard with all this spring-like weather lately.

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