Don’t let 65 degree temperatures on Christmas Eve fool you. Today’s mild but windy day will bring rain by evening with temperatures falling into the 50’s overnight. Be prepared for thunderstorms and high gusts of wind.
Rain may end by daybreak on Christmas Day, but the temperatures will continue to plunge throughout the day. Temps should be near freezing by sunset and then continue to fall into the low 20’s by the following morning.
Those hoping for a white Christmas in much of New England and the mid-Atlantic are likely to have their hopes dashed at the last minute even after a major storm dumped over a foot of snow in some locations just a week ago: https://t.co/QDvCzsd5f0 pic.twitter.com/gNP4dpORBU
— AccuWeather (@breakingweather) December 24, 2020
[10:26 AM] In addition to the severe weather threat, we are also expecting very windy conditions this afternoon into tonight. Winds may gust to as high as 50 to 55 mph, especially near the coast. Make sure to secure any loose items as they may blow around! pic.twitter.com/1HOmVU37tO
— NWS Wakefield (@NWSWakefieldVA) December 24, 2020
OFFICIAL SALISBURY WEATHER FORECAST