By Giorgio Panetta, CBS2 Chief Meteorologist / Weather Producer
Good evening, everybody,
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For tonight it will be quite mild for December standards with a low point in the upper 40s. Fog, drizzle and light rain are also possible.
On Friday, a warming trend begins with a height of around 55. It will be mostly cloudy, but there is a possibility of a few sunshines in the afternoon.
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New Year’s Eve festivities should go smoothly as temperatures will be stable and hold in the upper 40s to around 50 and the rain will last until after midnight.
For New Year’s Day, it will be even milder, with temperatures approaching 60, however, it will be a fairly wet day. Saturday night continues to remain mild, with lows in the upper 40s, with showers and thunderstorms, which can be heavy at times.
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There will be a last day with mild temperatures on Sunday, with mostly cloudy weather and a high temperature in the upper 50s. The altitude will occur in the early afternoon. Sunday night, temperatures will drop sharply to the upper 20s with the passage of a cold front. It will also blow and send chills to the single digits. What a drop!