Halloween Clouds Linger Around Today Widely
Scattered Showers Colder Week Ahead
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Halloween Clouds Linger Around Today Widely Scattered Showers Colder Week Ahead
Yesterday we had a dry slot that worked its way up the coast which took me by surprise. Rains stayed to the east and there was a good deal of sunshine along and west of the coast. No such luck today of a dry slot but we do have some breaks in the cloud cover showing up here and there but we also have some scattered showers still running around on the radar. So we will describe the day as one of changeable skies with conditions ranging from cloudy to partly sunny. Highs will be in the 60s, and watch for some passing scattered showers, mostly on the light side.
Skies should clear out tonight with most lows in the 40s. Monday we will see sunshine but it will be on the chilly side. Highs will be in the 50s to around 60. Monday actually begins a stairstep decline and temperatures as the first of two cold fronts approaches and moves through on Tuesday. There won’t be much with the front other than some clouds. Highs will be in the 50s.
This week ahead it seems appears to be dry right through. The northwest flow from Canada seems to overwhelm the east with dry air and you will see that the next front on Thursday is weak and the wave that develops in the Southeast US runs out east northeast and offshore for the most part. This supports the idea that the week ahead will be dry. Wednesday look for some sunshine with highs in the 50s. Thursday and Friday are likely to be quite cool with some sunshine each day. Highs will be in the upper 40s and lower 50s.
This week will also bring the coldest nighttime and mornings. Thursday morning will be the first round of widespread lows below freezing for areas away from warmer urban centers and along the immediate coast. There will be another cold night into Friday morning and frost issues will depend on how much wind is around.
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