Tonight: Temperatures will drop down to the coldest we have seen since May 13th, dropping down to a low of 34 degrees. A Frost Advisory will go in place starting at 2 AM and will end at 10 AM for the entire viewing area. If you have any outdoor vegetation, be sure to bring it in tonight or cover it up. Skies will be mostly clear for the overnight hours with winds on the calm side.
Tomorrow: It will be a bitter start to the morning. You will definitely want a jacket or a coat on your way out the door. Temperatures will warm up throughout the day, topping out at 58 degrees. Mostly sunny skies will be present in the morning, but clouds will increase in preparation for our next weather system.
7-Day Forecast: Temperatures will hover around average for this time of year as it is finally beginning to feel like fall! Our next system moves in Thursday morning and will stick around until Saturday. Saturday morning, rain chances will become more isolated, until the system finally pushes eastward by the evening, creating perfect conditions for Halloween on Sunday. It should be a great evening to get outside for trick or treating!
--Weather Forecaster Hope Kleitsch
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