Cold and Windy Saturday, Potential for Snow on Christmas

A white Christmas is not out of the question for some in the area

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Raphael Miranda's forecast for Saturday, December 22.

    Temperatures feel like winter Saturday with wind chills in the 20s and 30s most of the day and a wind advisory in effect as gusts reach up to 50 mph.

    A few snow showers and flurries continued into Saturday afternoon, with no major accumulations. A weak storm is expected to pass near the area Monday night and Tuesday morning, bringing the possibility of a little snow for Christmas.

    While there may be rain along the coast, a white Christmas is not out of the question for some in the area.

    There is the potential for a significant storm Wednesday and Thursday that could become a nor’easter, though it is too early to tell.

    Below are your forecasts through Thursday:

    TODAY: Mostly cloudy and windy with a few snow/rain showers, cold.
    HIGH: 41

    TONIGHT: Mostly clear, breezy and cold
    LOW: 32

    TOMORROW: Mostly sunny, breezy and chilly.
    HIGH: 42

    MONDAY: Increasing clouds with a chance for rain and snow at night.
    HIGH: 39

    TUESDAY: Rain or snow showers in the morning, mostly cloudy afternoon.
    HIGH:  36

    WEDNESDAY: Clouds build, Wintry mix at night?.
    HIGH: 35

    THURSDAY: Wintry mix, windy.
    HIGH:   34