We’re entering a stretch where every other day will feature a rain chance in some shape or form. Tomorrow’s scattered rain showers will come from a quick-hitting clipper system. Not every clipper delivers snow. Temperatures will be just warm enough that we’ll only have rain to worry about. Showers will arrive from the southwest mid-morning and then spread area-wide. We are tracking an 8 to 10 hour window during the middle of the day when showers will be around. Things will dry out quickly during the evening. Given the swift nature of these types of systems, we aren’t looking a lot of rain. A few tenths of an inch will be possible through Sunday evening.
We are dry once again on Christmas Eve. A weaker system will try and track in on Christmas Day. Sprinkles, maybe an isolated shower will be possible. Sorry friends, no white Christmas this year. The day after Christmas is dry then the end of next week will bring more widespread rain chances. Temperatures will also take off after Christmas with highs climbing through the 50s to near 60°.