From Mark Searles:
The worst of the wind is over and as the wind continues to drop off overnight the temperatures will drop off as well. Lows will drop into the teens and lower 20s for most areas by early Wednesday morning. Sunshine and dry weather will continue through Thursday afternoon with temperatures gradually turning milder.
We continue to track an impressive storm for the first official day of winter (Friday). This storm will bring exceptionally mild temps along with locally heavy rain and strong southerly wind gusts. We also may see some areas of coastal flooding along our south coast as the powerful southerly surge pushes the water up across our shoreline during the high tide cycle Friday and early Saturday (roughly 6:00pm and again 7:00am Sat).
We will keep you updated on this all week long!
Tonight: Clear & cold, less wind. Low: 16-24
Wednesday: Mostly sunny. High: 41
Thursday: Mix of sun and clouds. High: 48
Friday: Rain most of the day. Gusty at times. High: 59
Saturday: Morning showers, mostly cloudy. High: 52
Sunday: Mostly sunny. High: 44
Monday: Partly cloudy. High: 42
Christmas Day: Bright and cold. High: 38
Today's Record Temperatures