Evening: Clear and cool; temperatures drop into the 40s
Overnight: Clear and chilly with spotty frost; lows in the upper 30s
Tomorrow: Sun gives way to some high clouds in the afternoon; cool again with highs in the upper 50s
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy with showers arriving in the evening; high in the low 60s
Thursday: Morning showers, then remaining mostly cloudy; temperatures hold in the 50s all day.
Seasonable temperatures will be in the forecast the next week; our average high is near 60, and no days will be more than five degrees higher or lower than that. This is typical in what we call a zonal, or mainly west to east, flow across the country. That also usually means no potent weather systems, and that appears to be the case as well. Showers are expected Wednesday evening through Thursday morning, then another batch on Saturday afternoon and evening, mainly across the north. A few more showers are possible late Sunday. So there will be some nice days to enjoy over the next week as we close in on our peak fall color over the next several days.
Today's Record Temperatures