The winter season officially begins tonight, but the freezing temperatures and snowflakes are nowhere in sight.
"If you like mild temperatures and lots of rain, you're going to like the forecast, " said Meteorologist Richard Lewelling with the Weather Channel.
Temperatures are expected to reach near the 60s on Wednesday and stay above average through the rest of the year.
"In fact, the coolest temperature I see, anywhere in the next 16 days, is a 40 degree low at night," said Lewelling. "So, pretty much, everyday between now and the end of the year we're going to be looking at 40s, 50s and even 60s in the forecast."
Lewelling predicts record-breaking temperatures across the country as the year comes to a close.
"We're going to see a lot of records fall by the wayside. I think you have to go way back in the record books to some of the strongest El Ninos to actually see weather like this, anywhere in the country. In fact, there's really nothing that compares to it."