TONIGHT: Skies for the most part stay clear overnight. Winds will stay steady out of the southwest which will help keep us fairly mild overnight. Expect temperatures to fall in the mid to upper 40s by sunrise tomorrow.
SUNDAY: Although we have a fairly mild start to the day, you’ll definitely want a light jacket as you head out the door. A strong area of low pressure, along with a trailing cold front will track through the area early tomorrow morning and that will ramp up winds, especially through the morning and early afternoon. Strongest winds will stick east of HWY 63 and north of I-70.
EXTENDED: Winds calm down Monday and our next chance of rainfall arrives late Tuesday evening. This rain will track in along a cold front, where the rain could be steady at times into Wednesday morning. For the most part, as of now, we look fairly dry for trick or treating, but some left over spot showers cannot be ruled out. One this is for sure, it will be pretty chilly with temperatures in the 40s, so whether or not it rain, the jacket will be needed regardless. Another cold front tracks through Friday, bringing us even cooler weather.
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