WE’LL HAVE A CHILLY WEEKEND BUT IT SHOULD REMAIN DRY… A PERIOD OF UNSETTLED WEATHER WILL BEGIN SUNDAY NIGHT AND LAST THROUGH WEDNESDAY… TUESDAY IS LIKELY TO BE THE WETTEST DAY OF THE FORECAST PERIOD… A VERY COLD AIR MASS IS FORECAST TO ARRIVE LATE IN THE WEEK

Saturday will feature sunny skies and chilly temperatures, but overall, it should be a decent day for early December. The average high temperature for this time of year is around 56 degrees. We will probably only reach the low fifties in most areas around Hampton Roads. Clouds begin to increase on Sunday out ahead of a developing low pressure system near the Gulf Coast. Sunday will be another chilly day. Rain should hold off until Sunday night or early Monday morning. That will be round one of the rain as another system is expected to bring rain on Tuesday and the rain may last into Wednesday. We may get a good soaking on Tuesday, depending on how this system evolves. On Thursday, conditions are expected to improve, but another cold front will be on the way. This front is expected to bring the coldest air mass of the season so far. As it looks right now, the very cold conditions are likely from Friday through next weekend. Meteorological winter has begun which means we have entered the three month period (Dec/Jan/Feb) that averages the coldest three months of the year. Astronomical winter begins on December 21st.

That’s if for now. Thanks for reading and have a great weekend!

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