It has been a dreary and chilly start to the week, which will continue into Wednesday. Temperatures will maintain in the mid 60’s throughout the week showing the region a typical fall forecast. Rain chances appear again on Saturday which may disappoint some trick-or-treaters.
Today: October 27th High: 60
Rain will persist throughout the day allowing temperatures to barely reach 60 degrees. Some minor road flooding is already present and will continue through the day while rain totals are expected to reach over two inches. Periods of gusty winds are also possible.
Tonight Low: 58
Wind, rain, and chilly temperatures will continue throughout the overnight period
Tomorrow October 28 High:66 Low: 50
The rain will taper off throughout the day leaving overcast skies and slightly warmer temperatures. Into the evening expect cooler temperatures and partly cloudy skies.
Thursday: High 65 Low 38. Mix of sun and clouds for the majority of the day turning into a much colder night.
Friday: High 65 Low 45. Sunny skies to end the work week, with fall like temperatures during the day and the night.
Saturday: High 64 Low 55. Unfortunately to all the trick-or-treaters, there is a chance of rain showers becoming more probable throughout the day. Moderately warm temperatures will spook off a chill though!
Sunday: High 67 Low 58. The first day of November remember to turn your clocks back one hour! Cloudy throughout the day, with showers at night.
Monday: High 69 Low 53. Rain tapering off through the morning leaving cloudy skies. For the evening and night skies will continue to clear leaving clear skies for the overnight hours.
Remember turn around, don’t drown! Do not drive through flooded road ways even if you are confident!