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Forecast Last Updated at Friday, October 30, 2020 at 6:08PM
Clearing & Chilly; Then Fantastic Halloween
Temperatures were a wholesale 20-degrees cooler today as opposed to Thursday. Halloween features more nice weather, but remaining on the cool side. We get a brief bump-up in temperatures for Sunday, along with a passing light shower risk. Then, the coldest air thus far this fall invades for Sunday night and Monday. After our Thursday morning frog-strangler, the dry reprieve is a welcome change.
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Hi: 62 Lo: 36
Clear & chilly; Light north wind
Hi: 55 Lo: 41
Bright sunshine; Cool; Pleasant Halloween; Light ENE wind
Hi: 65 Lo: 31
Some extra clouds; Maybe a passing daytime sprinkle or light shower; Clearing & much colder Sunday night; Light SW wind becoming NW 5-10 mph late
Hi: 52 Lo: 29
Hi: 61 Lo: 35
Widespread frost early; Sunny; Not as cool by afternoon
Wednesday - Sunny; Milder; High in the mid 60s; Low in the upper 30s
Thursday - Mostly sunny; Pleasant; High in the mid 60s; Low in the lower 40s
Canadian high pressure built over the Foothills on gusty northwesterly winds today. After yesterday’s downslope warmth (temperatures zoomed into the 80s) in the wake of the tropical storm, we were left much cooler today behind the cold front.
High pressure will be centered over the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic region on Saturday, providing mostly clear and cool conditions. The Blue Hunter’s Moon will be spectacular and fitting for Halloween night.
A strong, but moisture-deprived cold front arrives on Sunday with some extra clouds and maybe a passing light shower or sprinkle. Temperatures will get a little boost ahead of the cold front during the daytime, before much colder air arrives for Sunday night and Monday. It will be the coldest since last spring across the area.
Other than the shower risk with the front on Sunday, the forecast is high-and-dry.
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