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Expect more light rain, fog and drizzle overnight and Tuesday morning.  Rain will get heavier Tuesday afternoon and evening, with some locations receiving nearly an inch of rainfall.  High temps will be about normal, upper 40's in the mountains.

Christmas Eve will be very active during the day, with heavy rain and even a few thunderstorms possible during the afternoon and evening.  A strong cold front pushes through that night with drier, colder air rushing in behind that front.  Most of the moisture should be gone before we get cold enough for snow.  However, some of the higher elevations in our northern mtns. & Foothills could see a few flurries/light snow showers into early Christmas morning.

Christmas Day will bring the gift of sunshine, along with gusty and chilly conditions.  Highs should reach the upper 40's.

Meteorologist

Karen Wynne   Follow me on Twitter @KarenWynneWLOS



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