From StormWatch7's Eileen Whelan:
Cold start, cool afternoon. Sunny with high clouds increasing late.
Winds: E 5 mph
Mostly cloudy. Not as cold.
Winds: SE 5 mph
Mostly cloudy and breezy. Afternoon and evening showers.
Winds: S 5-15 mph
Frost Advisories have been posted for the entire metro area through 9AM. Freeze Warnings are in effect for areas north and west of the metro area through 9AM.
It's one of the coldest mornings, so far, this fall. Grab the heavy coat heading out the door and keep the jacket with you all day. High temperatures will be the coolest all week with highs in the mid to upper 50s. Sunshine for the first half of the day will give way to increasing clouds this afternoon. With clouds overnight, lows won't be quite as cold.
Have the umbrella tomorrow with an approaching front. The morning drive will be dry with showers developing, from west to east, through the early to mid afternoon. Showers will be around through 11pm, but we won't get much measurable rain from this front. Around .10-.20" of rain is possible with milder highs int he mid 60s.
Drier weather wraps up the work week and takes us into the first part of the weekend. Temperatures will also be warming up! Highs Saturday will climb into the upper 60s with the mid 70s forecast Sunday. Saturday still looks dry, but Sunday is still in question. At this point, we're only forecasting a slim chance of a passing shower Sunday, so it shouldn't impact the Marine Corps Marathon. Temperatures will be much warmer Sunday with morning lows in the upper 50s and afternoon highs in the mid 70s.
Halloween will be dry and slightly cooler. Highs will reach the mid 60s with Trick-or-Treat temperatures into the mid 50s.
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