Local on the 8’s: 12/22/11 3:48 PM CST

A chilly and rainy day across the region today. There is no precipitation forecast for the next 7 days, which is welcome. Tomorrow, we will have brighter skies in the afternoon with seasonable highs in the low 40’s. Christmas weekend looks fantasic. Highs in the mid and upper 40’s and lows generally around 30. More dry weather as we head into next week, with highs in the mid 40’s and lows around 30. Partly cloudy overall early next week. Almanac for December 22 Actual/Normal High: 46/42 +4° Actual/Normal Low: 36/26 +10° Last Year High: 39° Low: 29° Record High: 64° (1900) Record Low: -15° (1989)
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A chilly day yesterday as low stratus clouds hung around all day. The high temperature at Evansville Regional Airport yesterday was only 55°, well below the forecasted high in the low 60’s. The temperature this morning dropped to a chilly 35°. As of 11:00 AM today (Sunday), the temperature is 54°. High temperatures today will be into the low 60’s, as there will be more sun around than yesterday. Tomorrow will be cool as well, with temperatures into the 60’s with a mix of clouds and sun. The rest of the work week looks tame, with high temperatures near normal: upper 60’s & low 70’s on average. Wednesday may be an exception, as it looks like we’ll make into the upper 70’s with some scattered storms around.

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