Tonight: Skies will clear overnight as the scattered showers and persistent cloud cover around today exits the area. This will allow temperatures to really drop off to around 40 degrees tonight.
Tomorrow: A cold front will drop toward the south from Canada, bringing with it scattered showers and even cooler temperatures. We are not expecting a washout by any means, but do have the umbrella handy, especially during the afternoon and evening hours. It will also be windy at times throughout the day. High temperatures will only reach the upper 50s with all of the cloud cover and scattered precipitation in the area.
Weekend: Cool temperatures continue this weekend, with highs staying in the 50s to near 60. Saturday is the pick of the weekend, as rain showers are expected on Sunday.
7-Day Forecast: Cool temperatures are the story to end this week and continuing over the weekend, with rain chances returning on Sunday. We look to dry out next week, with a nice warming trend observed over the course of the week. If you are not a fan of this fall weather, stay tuned...highs are looking to return above average by the mid-to-late portion of next week.
---Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Nathan Gidley
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