Good Friday to one and all. We are rolling into the weekend with much better weather rolling into the region. That good stuff won’t last long because another cold front moves in here on Sunday. That will produce gusty rains and bring a nice blast of chill.
Highs today range from 70-75 for many, but may be warmer in the far southeast. We will still have a few clouds around, but the sun is going to try to win the battle.
Saturday looks windy and warm with highs from 75-80 with a mix of sun and clouds. This is the weekend day to get out and enjoy, because showers and storms quickly race through here on Sunday. This action is ahead of a strong cold front:
Winds look to be very gusty as the front moves through. Temps may start in the 70s, but quickly drop through the 60s and into the 50s:
This sets the stage for a chill in the air and the potential for a kiss of frost on the pumpkins by Tuesday morning. Highs early in the week will range from the upper 50s to low 60s for Monday and Tuesday.
Temps look rather seasonal for much of next week, with a slow warming trend by the end of the week. This will be ahead of another strong cold front arriving by next weekend. This front will likely be the beginning of a cold pattern settling in across much of the eastern half of the country. Watch this deep trough digging in as we head into the last week of October:
Have a great Friday and take care.