(WTXF) - The FOX 29 Weather Authority says you’re in luck if you were wishing for a dry, above-average Christmas or start to Hanukkah!
Sunday temperatures started out in the 30s but meteorologist Scott Williams has them reaching the upper 40s to near 50, with lots of sun.
No, it won’t be as warm as last Christmas when the temperature approached 70, but consider the average for this time of year is just 42.
We won’t see any precipitation. Folks to our south could see showers and there’s snow to our west.
Monday -- an official holiday and major shopping/returning day -- look for less sun. Tuesday may not be pretty but it should be noticeably warmer.
The week will end cooler but Scott says, a week away, New Year’s Eve looks dry and seasonable.