This Halloween evening will bring some treats to us as we stay dry through Trick-or-Treating time. Once the full/blue moon has risen and the time changes back one hour, the weather pattern takes a shift and a weak cold front will roll through. This front won't bring us much in the way of rain, mainly just a few sprinkles through the overnight period and ending by dawn, but the wind will be pretty strong nearly all of Sunday. Gusts could work their way up to 40 mph, so be sure to secure the fall/Halloween outdoor decorations if you don't want to lose them.
Once this front is past us, we will see the sunshine return full force. Clear skies Sunday night will send our temperatures falling into the low 30s and upper 20s. A FREEZE WATCH will then go into effect midnight Sunday through 9 am Monday. Monday will be the coolest day (mid/upper 40s), but a nicer stretch of warmth returns (mid/upper 60s) along with sun the rest of the week. The first week of November is looking great!