Soggy Days Start To Wrap Up

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Justin’s Wednesday Night Forecast Discussion: 

Well, most trick or treaters dodged the bulk of rain tonight as we saw a nice dry pocket (so to speak) from the rain just after dinner through about 9pm. So hopefully you got out and got the kiddies lots of candy! We’ll keep more showers moving back in the area overnight tonight with the low approaching, so expect a soggy morning commute to school and work with lows in the lower 50s.

The low finally moves across the region by Thursday which should shut the rain down by late afternoon for just about everyone. Models are trying to decide what to do with the weak disturbance that breaks off the main system for Friday, so I’ll mention a slight chance for a passing shower, but otherwise drier and mostly cloudy with highs near 60 both Thursday and Friday.

The weekend is shaping up nicely, albeit, cloudy overall, but a budding upper level ridge will start to move the jet stream north into British Columbia which will slowly work some warmer air (and certainly) drier air back into our region. Highs will start to move back into the low 60s by Sunday with partly sunny skies. Next week, we’re talking about mid to upper 60s and sunny afternoons Monday and Tuesday! Not bad considering its the first of November tomorrow.

Have a great Thursday!

Chief Meteorologist Justin Stapleton

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