Thursday will feature dry weather and the sort of chilly high temperatures in the 40s we've already had a few times over the past month.
The main change for most of MI will be to much colder temperatures. The cold is a necessary ingredient for snow, and it appears reasonably likely that the D.C. area will see its first flakes late this week or over the weekend.
The Weather Service says there is a slight chance of snow on Friday, followed by a chance for rain mixed with snow.
Wednesday's forecast is similar to Tuesday's as forecasters expect it to be mostly sunny but also breezy with a high around 41 degrees.
Tuesday night: A low of 29.
There is a possibility of isolated, minor coastal flooding during the day Monday for Long Island Sound along northern Nassau and northwestern Suffolk, the National Weather Service said.
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An unprecedented display of astronomical showmanship will light up the night sky this weekend when the supermoon approaches Earth. Last year's supermoon was the closest the moon was to Earth since 1948 and it's not expected to be that close again until 2034.
The image above shows you the expected temperature anomalies on Saturday, December 9, 2017. Tuesday morning's low will "bottom out" within a few degrees of the season's normal temperatures in the upper 20s to mid 30s. Accumulation would be highly unlikely given the warm ground and likely light nature of any precipitation.
The sky will stay mostly cloudy tonight; a few showers are possible, mainly after midnight. Highs Tuesday will reach the low to mid 60s.
A frosty start; otherwise, sunny to partly cloudy. Rain chances will likely drop from near 20% Saturday to near 0% Sunday and early next week. "But really the core of the cold air isn't going to arrive over the area until more toward Friday". Friday night is expected to be mostly clear with a low around 24 degrees.
That's a much different weather pattern from what we've been experiencing.
Sunday: Mostly sunny; high of 36.
If you've got Christmas lights or any other outside holiday decorations, this weekend might be your best chance to get them up in comfortable weather.