Tonight, clouds will continue to build from west to east. A nearby front remains stalled out nearby, enforcing the chance for a stray sprinkle or two. The bulk of shower chances, however, will hold off until we get into Sunday morning. Overnight lows will remain firm in the middle to upper 50s thanks to mostly cloudy skies.

Sunday will be a hit or miss day when it comes to showers. A warm front will lift through Sunday morning, providing a chance of showers for anyone traveling to church. As the front moves northward, we should see a few breaks from showers in the afternoon. A warm, southwest breeze will help temps get into the 70s despite the cloudy skies.

Monday sees scattered showers begin moving in during the early morning hours as our cold front arrives. It will be a breezy day, with northwest winds between 10 to 20 mph. This rush of cold air will make it feel colder outside as temperatures struggle, making it into only the 40s by the afternoon. We should see the rain subside a bit during the night, as overnight lows drop into the 30s, with the chance for some flurries along the highest peaks.

Tuesday brings the spooks and chills with a cold Halloween. Temperatures will once again struggle, primarily making it into the 40s under cloudy skies and the chance for a light drizzle. Breezy, northwest winds will make “feel-like” temps in the 30s and 20s so pack a jacket to keep yourself warm. A few flakes will be possible overnight again, primarily across the higher terrain in our eastern counties.

Wednesday will be a slow, gradual change to drier weather in the afternoon. After some morning drizzle with a chance of flurries, high pressure will begin to move in from the north, gradually clearing the skies and rain chances. Northerly winds will continue to move in cold air, as afternoon highs only make it into the 40s.

Thursday finally gets us back to sunnier skies as high pressure moves in. Partly cloudy to mostly clear skies into the afternoon, Thursday will be a good drying out day. Southern winds will help with temperatures, but only slightly as they get into the middle/upper 40s.

Friday keeps the sunshine around with a mostly sunny day. Temperatures will start in the cold 30s before making their way into the 50s for the afternoon. We will remain dry throughout the day so high school football is in good shape as it starts to wrap up, but don’t forget the jacket to keep yourself warm.

Saturday is a sunny start to the weekend with high pressure sticking around. A southwest breeze will help temperatures get into the 60s after starting in the 30s. Other than a few clouds moving in from the west, it will be a dry day for Saturday.

In your extended forecast, temperatures remain consistent into next week as they stick in the 50s and 60s. We contend with the chance for some showers entering next week before clearing out by the end of next week. With the chance of rain around, it’s a good idea to download our StormTracker 59 app to keep up to date on the forecast.

Mostly cloudy. Mild. Lows in the upper 50s.
Cloudy skies. Chance for showers. Highs near 70s.
Scattered showers. Cold and breezy. Highs near 60s.
Lingering showers. Still cold and breezy. Highs in the 40s.
Morning drizzle. PM clearing. Cold. Highs near 40.
Mostly sunny. Drying out. Highs in the 40s.
Sunny skies. Warming up. Highs in the 50s.
Partly sunny. Dry PM. Highs near 60.
Clouds build. Chance for showers. Highs near 60.
Mostly cloudy. Showers possible. Highs in the 50s.
Gradual clearing. Partly sunny PM. Highs in the 50s.