New Year's Eve Forecast

A few showers and some clouds are developing to our west. They'll head our way tomorrow, New Year's Eve daytime.

Dress warmly for any evening plans tonight as we'll turn chilly with temps dropping through the 50s through the dinner hours. Winds will be light tonight, but on the increase through tomorrow as a cold front heads our way. It'll pair up with a weak low developing around Louisiana, the combination of lift from the front and the low moving through will lead to some light showers tomorrow.

A few stray light showers will be around in the morning, but the majority of the light showers will pass by through the midday and into the afternoon. We should see them pushing east around or a few hours after sunset. But we'll keep a small chance for a few to stick around through the evening. So an umbrella tomorrow evening wouldn't be a bad idea for the just in case scenario.

The better idea would be to dress very warm as temps will be turning cold leading up to midnight where we'll ring in the new year at midnight around the low 40s!

We'll start off 2018 with some frigid days ahead, but little rain chances after tomorrow. Highs will largely remain in the 40s for the first full week of 2018, and lows for many of the days will reach the 20s even down along the coast!

Bottom Line...
For tonight, clouds will increase after midnight with a stray sprinkle possible by sunrise tomorrow. Lows tonight will be in the mid 40s on the coast and low 40s inland.

Tomorrow, cloudy skies with passing light showers and colder highs in the mid 50s for the coast near 50 inland.

Your New Year's Eve Forecast will carry a very low end chance of a light shower through the evening with temps dropping through the 40s leading up to midnight.

Your VIPIR 7 Day Forecast keeps us frigid for the first full week of 2018, and more sunshine will mix in with the clouds on New Year's Day.