Thursday's Almanac: Sunrise 7:38 AM Sunset 6:04 PM Average High: 56 Average Low: 34 Record High: 78 (1950) Record Low: 19 (1988)
Today will be a typical fall day with clouds varying alongside seasonable temperatures. Highs for today should be at or Near 50°.
Still monitoring several systems for Halloween. Low pressue over the Ohio valley will transfer its energy to the coast allowing for a large ocean storm to evolve. The storm that develops over the ocean will be too far away to impact us directly, however it will still be unsettled.
Remnants of the low over the Ohio valley will drift over us Friday bringing us a chance for showers, mainly during the late afternoon and evening. It looks like "trick-or-treating" could be a bit damp.
Joe and I have both decided that the prospects for snow are lower now, but some higher terrain flakes may still occur late Friday night and again Saturday night. Temperatures during the daytime will just be too warm.
We have also adjusted temperatures, too. Latest information into the weather center has put the brakes on the really cold air, but it will still be on the chilly, and windy side, especially Sunday.
Fair weather high pressure should provide us with bright skies Sunday and Monday, before a new weather front provides us with an opportunity for showers late Tuesday/Early Wednesday.
Have a good day!
Thursday: Variable skies with clouds and some shy sun at times, seasonable. The 5 Degree Guarantee 50.