Dreaming of a white Christmas is all you'll be able to do this year, as the forecast calls for rain because temperatures will be well above freezing on Christmas Even and Christmas Day.
Expect showers today, mainly before 2 p.m., according to the National Weather Service forecast. The chance for precipitation is 100 percent, with between a quarter and a half of an inch possible. The high will be near 54, with the low well above freezing at 45 degrees.
Monday night will have just a slight chance of showers before 7 p.m., and again after 10 p.m.
But if you get up real early to catch Santa and his sleigh on Christmas morning, you'll probably see patchy fog instead after 4 a.m. The fog should disappear by 7 a.m.
Christmas Day will be another damp holiday, with the chance of precipitation 100 percent. Before 1 p.m. there will be a chance of showers; after that you can expect showers and possibly a thunderstorm. The high will reach 56 degrees.
During Christmas night the chance of showers and possibly a thunderstorm will continue, and some of the storms could be severe. There's still virtually no chance of snow, with an overnight low around 41. The wind will pick up as well, from the southeast at 10-15 mph, with gusts as high as 20 mph.