Colder air is on the way tonight, and we will be feeling it heading out to work and school Halloween morning.. and for trick-or-treating in the evening.
Clouds will gradually make an exit tonight, as a large high pressure system over south-central Canada moves this way. There is a good pressure difference between the high and a low center to our south tonight, and in between these two, some stronger winds. These will accompany the colder air's arrival. Temperatures by morning will be down in the 20's and wind chill values in the teens, so make sure you have the winter coat heading out the door! Plenty of sunshine is expected through the day however, so it will be a nice, dry day. The winds will die down towards sunset, but it will still be cold with temperatures dropping close to the freezing mark by 7pm, as the kids start to wrap up their goodie gathering activities.
November arrives on Saturday, and it will come with a cold start. Some towns will likely see temperatures in the teens early in the morning, but with sunshine all day, we will warm at least back into the 40's. Sunday will be milder, as winds shift to the southeast and south. Still plenty of sunshine is expected, and we should be able to get back close to 50. Don't forget this is also "fall back" weekend, so make sure to turn all of your non-automated clocks back an hour Saturday night.
The next front and storm system will be working into the Upper Midwest on Monday, bringing clouds and the chance of a few showers. Like the last system, most of the rain chances look to miss us, passing further to the south and east. After a milder day, temperatures will fall back into the 40's on Tuesday. Election Day does look quiet though at this time, with a mix of sun and clouds.
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