More seasonable Monday with a chilly trick-or-treat evening forecast

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Monday is cooler and more seasonable with readings in the upper 50s to near 60 degrees.




Light breezes fade by the afternoon.

COOLER START TO WEEK: Canadian high pressure is building in from the north, and that keeps us dry and cooler to start the new work week. It’s chillier and a bit breezy for the Monday morning commute. Temperatures eventfall into the 40s to begin the morning. Skies turn mostly clear, and the wind fade by mid-morning. Plenty of sunshine continues through the afternoon. Temperatures reach the 50s to near 60 degrees, making for a seasonable afternoon. Temperatures fall quickly through the evening, so expect a chilly trick-or-treat for the kids. Skies are clear and temperatures swiftly fall into the 40s. Overnight lows dip into the 30s.




Temperatures turn mild again through the middle of the week.

MILD THROUGH MIDWEEK: A warm front lifts north Tuesday, and this warms us through the middle of the week. Under plenty of sunshine and some passing clouds, afternoon readings make it into the lower to middle 60s. Temperatures are even more above seasonable averages for Wednesday. Highs are in the upper 60s to lower 70s. Our next system crosses through on Thursday, but this does not prevent another mild day. Readings bounce to near 70 degrees before showers arrive.



WEEKEND COOLING: It’s back to the fall chill heading into the weekend. Friday is a breezy day, with partly sunny skies. Readings fall into the 50s. Expect partly cloudy skies for Saturday and Sunday. Highs are near 60 degrees on both days.



Have a great Monday!



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