Chilly but dry end to October

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HALLOWEEN LOOKING DRY
We are looking at a dry evening for trick or treat. Clouds will billow above keeping temps on the chilly side but no rain is expected. Wind should be light out of the south. Dress for temps in the upper 40s to low 50s.

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OCTOBER ENDS CHILLY
High pressure builds in briefly to bring a cold but sunny morning. Lows will start in the mid to upper 30s to near 40 degrees.

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Plenty of sunshine to get you out the door early but high clouds will quickly stream in ahead of our next system. The clouds should hold temps in the mid 50s despite a southerly flow that will attempt to bring in milder air.

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Clouds continue to thicken into the overnight and a few isolated showers will be possible early Sunday. Rain chances are minimal and scarce but there is a small threat. Clouds should break up into the afternoon allowing for some sunshine, which will help to boost temps to the low 60s. As we head into the first full week of November, we’ll see temperatures once again well above average and even flirting with 70 degrees a couple of days. A system passes by to our south Monday and will bring some clouds but nothing more. Highs will warm to the mid 60s. We will enjoy sunshine and a milder few days Tuesday through Thursday and highs hover around 70 degrees. No rain expected until the next front approaches Friday. It may bring a few showers as well as knock our temps back to the upper 60s.

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Remember to turn your clocks back Saturday night before heading to bed. We get an extra hour of sleep but the sun will be setting around 5pm on Sunday instead of 6pm so expect the darkness sooner. It is also a great time to check the batteries in your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.

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