Enjoy it while you can.
"Mild" is the operating word for today's weather, when temperatures will rise into the mid-40s, according to the National Weather Service. There is no precipitation in the forecast, at least until tomorrow, and sunny skies ensure that outdoor activities will be bearable later in the day.
Tomorrow will be warm for late December, too, with temperatures in the low 40s by game time for the Steelers--Cleveland Browns regular-season finale at Heinz Field. But rain is possible for the 1 p.m. kickoff -- the chance of precipitation is 80 percent, the weather service said.
Beginning Sunday night and into next week, temperatures are expected to dip back into the 20s and the teens, normal for this time of year.
Snow could fall overnight Sunday into Monday morning, but little accumulation is expected.
Tuesday, New Year's Eve, could be snowy in addition to very cold for revelers. There is a chance of snow showers after 4 p.m., with a low of about 14 degrees.
New Year's Day should be cloudy with a high of about 21 degrees.
First Published December 28, 2013 8:29 AM