With cloudy skies and rain this afternoon and evening, expect a high around 46, with a calm wind. Expect somewhere around 1″ of rain today and tonight, with a low around 31, a north wind of 5-15 mph overnight, and rain changing over to snow late.
Anywhere from a coating to 3″ of snow is possible tomorrow morning, with accumulation likely done by late morning and all precipitation done early in the afternoon. I think we’ll be somewhere in the neighborhood of an inch or two of snow. In any instance, take it slow on the roads tomorrow morning.
Tomorrow will have a high around 37, with skies otherwise beginning to clear toward the later stages of the afternoon, along with a north wind of 5-15 mph. Friday night will turn clear and cold, with a low around 20, and a light northwest wind.
Going into the weekend, Saturday will be sunny and 43, with a light wind. For those who do partake in Halloween activities, you’ll want to wear warm layers, a face covering, and partake in social distancing as temperatures will be in the 30s during the evening with the wind staying light. Saturday night will be mostly clear and 26. We start off November with increasing clouds Sunday, along with a chance of afternoon showers and a high around 54. Showers end early Sunday night, with a low around 32 and partly cloudy skies. Monday will be mostly sunny with a high around 42. Going slightly outside of the five-day window, Monday night and Tuesday look to be very cold with a low near the 20 degree mark and highs in the middle 30s favored at this point. Things then warm up considerably toward the later stages of next week, with highs in the 60s a possibility next Thursday and Friday depending on how things play out after a day in the 50s Wednesday.
Have a great day!