We’re definitely looking at a light Christmas Eve/Day 2021. There’s a lot of consistency in the forecast not just tonight but over the weekend. All in all, our forecast highs and lows are 10 to 15 degrees above average for this time of year. (And in some cases closer to 20° than average.)
We’ll see the second of two “holidayers” dive out of Ontario late into the night and overnight. And as discussed yesterday, the impacts will be minimal. No chance of road problems or freezing rain. And the very light rain will pass by midday.
Do we say mild or warm with a high of 63° at Christmas? Honestly, I’m leaning towards the warm side. And not only that, we’ll be in the low 60s for two or three hours straight. And add to those warm numbers, the sun coming back more and more hour by hour will just make for a great afternoon.
– Marty Bass WJZ (@MartyBassWJZ) December 24, 2021
Sunday will be even brighter and almost as mild. If you’re in that payoff mode then the weather cooperates. If you’re in Sunday Funday mode, the weather will cooperate.
We’ll be dovish if not really dovish times next week as we march towards New Year’s Eve and 2022. It’ll be wet Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. There won’t be much rain but a few other systems will pass through our North, unlike we’ll see tonight and last night.
Some computer models show a chance of snow Sunday night through Monday morning Sunday through Monday morning but with a low forecast of 37° around the Metro Station, I can’t get too excited with this now. BUT we will see the model for you and stay on the lookout for this potential until the end of the week.
Be safe, healthy and enjoy the beautiful vibes of the whole holiday season.
https://baltimore.cbslocal.com/2021/12/24/maryland-weather-a-seasonably-warm-christmas/ A Warm Christmas – CBS Baltimore