It's the same old, same old in the weather department. With a high expected to reach the mid 50s today will be the seventh straight day of 50 degree weather this month. The warm start to the month is unusual but not unprecedented. The warmest December on record was in 2001. That month also began with a week of warm weather, but it was incredibly warm with five of the first seven days hitting at least 60 degrees, topping out at 71 on the 6th. We won't be seeing 70 degree weather anytime soon but don't count out hitting 60 again just yet.

Tomorrow's forecast is trickier than today's, as a low pressure system is going to form off the coast and move northeastward. The storm should stay far enough away that we won't get any rain but the city is going to be near the boundary between clouds and clear skies. The storm will also pull cooler air our way. The streak of 50 degree days will probably be broken but Tuesday's high should reach the upper 40s, which is a couple degrees above normal.

A warm front will approach on Wednesday, pushing the temperature back into the lower 50s and giving us a slight chance of showers either Wednesday night or Thursday. The temperature is expected to climb back to the mid 50s on Thursday and Friday and approach the upper 50s, if not the lower 60s on the weekend.