Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton‘s Evening Forecast Discussion:
Another chilly night ahead as skies will remain clear and the dry air in place will allow temperatures to rapidly decline into the low 30s (and upper 20s) again for early Wednesday morning. Expect to see some patchy freezing fog/frost for your morning commute and you might be scraping the windshield for a second straight day.
Tomorrow will start sunny and cold, but we’ll see a nice warm up back into the mid to upper 50s by the afternoon. By nightfall, a weak cold front will send some clouds and light showers at the coastline. Inland areas can expect to see some light showers overnight into Halloween morning. Most of the on and off showers will head up into the mountains by trick-or-treat time, with highs in the mid 50s, falling into the upper 40s after sunset for those heading out for the candy!
Friday sees the return of mostly sunny skies and a bit warmer back into the upper 50s. However, it will be short lived as a potent storm system will fire through the Northwest late Friday night through Sunday. Saturday will likely be very wet at times and gusty along the coast.
Have a great Wednesday!
– Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton
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