An early morning cold front will give New Year’s Eve a cool start in the 30s and 20s, but we won’t really start to feel the effects until the afternoon. While skies will be mostly sunny, highs will only make it into the low 40s. Temperatures quickly fall into the 30s during the evening and into the 20s before the ball drops, so throw a coat on before heading out to celebrate the new year.
Clouds move in during the overnight, turning skies mostly cloudy on Sunday. But our winds will become more southerly and bring highs into the middle 40s to end the weekend and start the new year. The next seven days will be busy with rain likely Monday, a chance for snow Thursday, and arctic air making a return by mid-week.