Good Tuesday, folks. As 2014 winds down, our weather pattern is looking much different than what we’ve had for most of December. We will be sending the month and the year out with clearing skies and cold air.
We will begin to see some of that clearing taking place Tuesday, with skies becoming partly cloudy. Highs will run in the middle 30s in most areas.
Gusty winds will make it feel as if temps are in the 20s most of the day. Speaking of wind-chill, those readings will be way down for the last day of the year. Here’s the wind-chill forecast for Wednesday morning:
Actual temperatures will be near 20 degrees with mostly clear skies. Highs will hit only the upper 20s in most area,s with more sun. New Year’s Eve will be clear, with temps in the upper teens and low 20s as the clock strikes 2015. Here’s what it will feel like:
The next storm system will take aim at the region late Friday and the weekend. There are lots of questions with this storm. What track will it take? Will this bring wintry weather? Those are questions I will try to tackle in my next update.
Make it a great Tuesday and take care.