A bit of rain tonight will lead to colder but tranquil weather through Saturday, beyond Saturday a stormy pattern will take hold with a weak storm system Sunday then potentially a much more significant one by Christmas Eve
A nice low pressure spinning near the Great Lakes region will move towards the New England coastal waters slowly through early Wednesday which will bring periods of showers, heavy at times to the region this evening then tapering off later tonight, with light southeast winds there also could be some foggy conditions tonight with lows in the upper 30s to mid 40s
Wednesday will be another mild day before a cold front comes through in the afternoon with highs in the mid 40s to low 50s , but lows will fall into the mid 20s to low 30s as winds change northwesterly
Canadian high pressure will take hold through Saturday with highs in the mid 30s to low 40s and lows in the 20s for most besides urban areas where low 30s are expected
Sunday the low over the Southwest US is expected to develop a bit near the Gulf of Mexico and track up the coast, at this time it is likely the low will stay weak as the pattern is just too progressive for a nice phase , so just expected light to moderate snow or mix for Sunday at this time with highs in the 30s and lows in the 20s
Monday and Tuesday look tranquil before a more significant storm system targets between Christmas Eve and December 26th, this storm I believe has much better potential than the one this weekend with a more amped up pattern and stronger disturbances to work with
At this time while its too early for exact details, it looks to start off wet as low pressure tracks west but could change over to accumulating snow for Christmas day as a coastal low takes over, of course we wont be able to really track this one too much until the first storm is over but there is high potential for a rather stormy Christmas and some potential for a rather white Christmas !