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Winter will bring an overnight chill to the region

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The winter solstice took place this morning at 8:28 where the sun reaches its lowest point in the sky marking the beginning of winter, though meteorological winter begins earlier.

We'll have some very cold temps tonight due to the dry air left behind from yesterday's cold front: interior temps in the teens and low 20s with coastal valleys in the 20s and 30s and even the beaches could see 30s and lower 40s.

Friday actually sees a decent temperature recovery into the 60s.

Christmas weekend looks pretty nice with highs on Christmas even into the 70s and a scattered 80 wouldn't surprise me, with Christmas day slightly cooler in the 70s for most.

There will be more marine influence early next week as a weak low pushes over California but not a real rainmaker.  It is possible we don't see a decent chance of rain until after New Year, we are inches behind now on rain for the season.

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