Forecast Last Updated at Wednesday, October 23, 2019 at 6:45AM
Pleasant Days Ahead
The next couple of days feature plenty of bright sunshine along with seasonably pleasant temperatures. It does get cold enough tonight for some areas of frost, so if you still have flowers and hoping for another week or so of life, it may be wise to bring them inside. Rain chances make a return to the forecast for the upcoming weekend. Yea, perfect timing huh?
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Hi: 67 Lo: 36
Sunny & seasonably pleasant; Light NW wind becoming calm Wed. night
Hi: 67 Lo: 42
Abundant sunshine; Areas of AM frost; Seasonable; Light & variable wind
Hi: 65 Lo: 46
A mix of clouds & sunshine; Light wind
Hi: 67 Lo: 54
Mostly cloudy; Showers possible, mainly late in the day & Saturday night
Hi: 76 Lo: 56
Generally cloudy with rain possible; Much warmer
Monday - Mostly cloudy with a few showers; Mild; High in the lower 70s; Low in the mid 50s
Tuesday - Partly sunny; Nice; High near 70 degrees; Low in the upper 40s
Canadian high pressure will be overhead for today through Thursday, promoting bright sunshine and seasonably cool temperatures. Some areas of frost will be a good bet tomorrow morning, especially in the valleys.
Weather forecast models remain in some disagreement with the handling of the next weather system, although starting to show some signs of better agreement for the weekend. We still believe Friday and perhaps most of Saturday could end up being dry, with rain opportunities returning for Sunday. One big change we made was to bump temperatures up quite a bit for Saturday and especially on Sunday as it now appears some much warmer air makes its way in from the south. We also dried Monday out somewhat but not completely. At this point, Tuesday looks dry and seasonably mild.
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