Valentina Rodriguez, 2, of Glen Cove, gets pushed on the...

Valentina Rodriguez, 2, of Glen Cove, gets pushed on the swing by her dad, Johann, at the LATCP Playground in Eisenhower Park, on Sunday. Credit: Jeff Bachner

The forecast entering this holiday week features sunny skies and chilly winds, with a possibility of rain on Christmas Day, according to the National Weather Service.

Monday morning’s forecast calls for sunny skies and a high near 37 with a north wind around 5 mph. The temperature will drop at night to 29 degrees with a southwest wind ranging from 3 to 8 mph.

Mostly sunny skies and a high near 45 degrees with a west wind from 5 to 7 mph becoming calm in the afternoon, is expected for Tuesday. The night will be mostly cloudy with a steady temperature in the mid 30s and calm winds, according to the weather service.

Wednesday will be partly sunny with a high around 47 and a low in the high 20s at night.

"Generally the next couple of days will be within 5 degrees of [the yearly] average," said Matt Wunsch of the National Weather Service.

Temperatures begin to see a slight dip Thursday with a high near 39 in the morning. The forecast calls for a sunny morning before becoming mostly cloudy at night with a low around 31.

Christmas Eve’s forecast rounds out the workweek with another prediction of sunny skies and a high in the mid 40s. At night, the temperature will drop as the weather service predicts a 40% chance of rain.

The forecast for rain continues on Christmas Day with a 40% chance of showers and a high's near 50 degrees. The night will be partly cloudy with a low around 34.

Sunday is expected to be mostly sunny with a high near 42.