A much clearer and cooler start than Wednesday will lead to likewise results for the afternoon. A mostly sunny sky will prevail with highs staying in the middle 70s.
Overnight will be chilly with lows dipping to nearly 50° beneath clear skies.
Halloween and the first weekend of November will be ‘chilling.' Though clear skies are anticipated, make sure those costumes are secured as northerly breezes of 10-15mph will be ushering in much cooler temperatures. Thermometer readings will quickly tumble as the trick-or-treaters head out on Friday Night. The bottom out readings both weekend mornings will flirt with the upper 30s, but at the very least, get into the low 40s. Afternoon highs this weekend will stay in the middle 60s.
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