It won't be as windy today, but a north wind of 10-15 mph will keep conditions on the cool side one more day. Sunshine will rule as highs reach the mid 60s this afternoon. Overnight lows will dip into the 40s in town but across our northern fringes we could still sink into the upper 30s. Winds turn westerly on Halloween, and this flow will push afternoon readings up into the 70s. Trick-or-treating this year will be perfect under a clear sky, temps will fall into the 60s during door to door, candy, costume time tomorrow evening.
The temps modify even further for Thursday and Friday as highs hit the upper 70s. Mornings won't be as chilly as lows move back into the 50s Thursday morning and hold there through the weekend. Another front is poised to sail through early next week, but at this point no wet weather is anticipated.
Meteorologist, Kelly Foster