If you've been feeling the urge to apply extra moisturizer today, you're not alone -- dew points below 20 degrees this morning meant the air was extra winter-dry.
Colder air is likely to pour into the region leading up to the New Year, when snow chances may tick up to slightly above normal levels.
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These days, you can instantly obtain the latest weather observations and forecasts for anywhere in the world. Ever wonder what the weather is like in the South Pole? You can get that.
When looking at temperature charts, it's a lot more meaningful to look at tendencies and trends rather than to focus on individual years.
Washington is the southernmost location to ever host the Classic and the weather has been mild and rainy in recent years. But this year's forecast is looking colder.
Wednesday and Thursday look like the big impact days, with the potential to bring strong winds, heavy rain and snow across parts of the eastern U.S.
The next few days take pity on all those rushing to complete holiday preparations with relatively uneventful weather in abundance.
Winds were gusty today, but temperatures in the 50s felt mild. After a frozen overnight, we're about 10 degrees colder tomorrow.
While forecast confidence is still low seven days out, the models have been suggesting that a winter storm could be brewing for parts of the Great Lakes around Christmas.