NICE TUESDAY, WARM HALLOWEEN IN THE 60S WITH SUNSHINE
NEXT COLD FRONT APPROACHES THURSDAY
SHOWERS THURSDAY NIGHT, FRIDAY NIGHT INTO SATURDAY MORNING
Weather conditions this morning are rather quiet. There is a bit of a west breeze around this morning but winds should be relatively tame today. High pressure is building across the Southern States and that will give us a fair amount of sunshine today with highs in the upper 50s and lower 60s. There really isn’t too much happening as the month winds down to its last two days. The high will move offshore tonight and we begin a nice southwest flow of air on Wednesday. Halloween trick or treators will revel in plenty of sunshine Wednesday with highs in the mid to upper 60s and not a drop of rain is forecast.
The next cold front nears on Thursday but it won’t have the full push to move through and keep on going. The front is going to stall out as it tries to pass and it will have to wait for a second wave that will come up late Friday into Saturday morning.
What will likely happen is that showers will move in Thursday night into Friday morning followed by a very short break and then another round of showers and possibly even a thunderstorm late Friday into Saturday morning as the second wave of low pressure develops and moves northward. That front will pass through Saturday morning with showers gradually ending.
Weather conditions should improve Saturday afternoon baring any last minute complications with leftover clouds and developing sunshine. Sunday looks like a nice but chilly day with sunshine just into the low and middle 50s. The pattern looks active going forward next week with weather systems moving along and fronts coming through every couple of days.
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