Very Warm Monday, Nice Cool-down Midweek… Sunday Forecast Update — 7:15pm

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Good Sunday evening! This week will be starting off warm but once a cold front moves through the state, things will be much chillier for next weekend.

Today we reached a very warm temperature of 84° thanks to lots of sun and winds coming from the south. Tonight we should see a mild low temperature of 53° in regards for this time of the year. The night sky should remain mostly clear; however, patchy fog will start to develop in some areas and hang around into the early morning hours of Monday. Monday’s weather will be very similar to today’s with a mostly clear skies, winds coming from the south, and a very warm high temperature of 85°.

Starting Tuesday, a cold front will begin to work it’s way into the state causing cloud cover to increase throughout the day and will start a gradual temperature drop through the rest of the work week.  Wednesday we will see patchy showers and storms accompanying the cold front. We will clear and dry out late Wednesday into the day on Thursday. The cold air will seep south throughout Thursday and Friday. The cool, autumn weather for trick-or-treating on Halloween and for the weekend.

Of note, Daylight Saving Time ends Saturday, we will all set our clocks back one hour Saturday night/Sunday morning.

In the tropics, the weakening cell of low pressure system number nine continues to work its way south east, out of the Yucatan Peninsula.  It is not expected to reorganize but we will continue to keep an eye on it.

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Peter Crank

WVUA Staff Meteorologist

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