Brace for two days of rain as we endure a warm front Wednesday followed by a cold front Thursday. Moderate to heavy bursts of rain will be possible both days with a few strong storms firing Thursday. Highs will stay in the 60s midweek but tank through the 50s into the 40s behind the departing cold front late Thursday. Bundle up those trick or treaters, it will be a blustery & progressively chillier Thursday evening. There is a slim chance we could see a few rain to snow showers overnight into Friday morning. The well advertised big chill settles in after that with our first widespread freeze and an end to the growing season on the way this weekend. A freeeze watch is in effect through Friday morning.
Rounds of Rain and a Weekend Freeze on the Way
A Blustery Halloween in the Works
Posted at 3:50 AM, Oct 30, 2019
and last updated 2019-10-30 05:54:04-04
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