Happy Halloween forecast

Good Tuesday and Happy Halloween! The 31st day of October is here, and it looks as if Mother Nature isn’t going to scare too many folks this year, because things look dry. This dry weather won’t last very long, with November ready to start on a wet note.

Highs Tuesday are generally in the 40s, with a mix of sun and clouds. The forecast for trick-or-treaters hasn’t changed from the past few days:

November begins on a wet note, with rain quickly moving in from southwest to northeast. With low dew points and temps in the 30s Wednesday morning, we will need to be on guard for a sleet and snow mix developing. The greatest chance for this will be across the northern half of the state. The GFS continues to ramp up the chances:

Rain takes over during the day, and it looks very chilly, with highs in the 40s. The numbers will climb from south to north Wednesday night as milder air presses in. This milder setup will bring rounds of showers and thunderstorms our way through the weekend.

The GFS ensembles are similar:

There’s the chance for some light accumulations in a few spots in the far north.

Rain takes over during the day and it looks very chilly, with highs in the 40s. The numbers will climb from south to north Wednesday night as milder air presses in. This milder setup will also bring rounds of showers and thunderstorms our way through the weekend into early next week. Check out the rain totals:

The milder pattern is looking to reverse next week, with the potential for colder shots to show up. The second week of November is now taking on a pretty cold look on the ensembles.

Look at the cold look on the European ensembles for that week:

Have a safe and Happy Halloween. Take care.

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