More rain will be with us tonight. The feed of moisture from the Gulf of Mexico will continue pumping rain into our area. Showers will continue this evening and overnight. Temperatures will hold in the 50s toward morning.

The rain will stick with us through the morning hours Monday. The back edge of the rain shield will eventually push to the east. The rain will taper off around lunchtime into the afternoon. We may even see the clouds break up a little before it sets. There won't be a wide range of temperatures. We will hold in the 50s all day.

We will clear out Monday night with cold air moving in. Lows by Tuesday morning down to around the freezing mark. We won't warm too much on Christmas Eve. Highs will only be in the mid 40s.

Christmas Day will be cold, too. We will start off Christmas morning with temps in the mid 20s. Highs in the afternoon will hold in the 40s.

We eventually get back to the 50s by the end of the week into the weekend with a good bit of sunshine.

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