"It's really going to be a good old-fashioned day for staying in with a book rather than outside in the weather". Skies will be mostly sunny with a little westerly breeze around 5 to 10 miles per hour bringing temperatures back to around 30.
Mostly cloudy tonight with lows in the mid teens to low 20s. A weak wave of low pressure will track near the area.
West Michigan will see mainly cloudy skies on Monday with a few light snow showers lingering in the morning. Generally, temperatures rising 5-8C where we see some brightness or sunshine across England and Wales, perhaps not much higher than 2-4C across Scotland.
A storm may bring just enough snow to cause slippery travel from the upper Great Lakes to the Northeast through Christmas Eve. It's a seasonable chill for this time of the year with highs in the lower 40's.
Fog or freezing fog patches, dense in places, becoming widespread and then slow to clear for some on Christmas Day. Skies will increase in cloud cover ahead of our next storm system Wednesday Night. It looks like heavy rain will move into Eastern Kentucky Thursday and Friday.
A cold front will continue to move through the mountains this evening as scattered rain chances continue. Cold air will begin to wrap into the storm Thursday night, with rain changing to snow from north to south.
Totals could range from 8-16 inches for locations such as Telluride and Durango. A system is approaching from the Pacific that will bring below normal temperatures, valley rain, and mountain snow for Christmas Day.