An storm system that made its way in overnight will keep slight rain chances in the forecast for our morning hours and increase wind speeds until Wednesday night.
We can expect to see light rain and hit or miss sprinkles throughout morning and early afternoon hours today. Humid air from this system will move out to the east as the day progresses, meaning conditions will stay party cloudy.
As dry air moves into our atmosphere, wind speeds will increase. Winds coming from the west will stay around 10-15 miles per hour today, tonight, and tomorrow.
A warming trend that started on Monday will continue on until Christmas. This means that temperatures will stay 60° ranges throughout the next 9 days.
As of right now you can expect a high of 63° on Christmas Eve, and a high of 62° on Christmas Day.
Another Pacific storm system will come into our area right after Christmas, meaning that rain chances will increase once again.