High pressure settles over the bi-state today, providing blue sky, ample sunshine, and a cooler air mass. The dry and sunny conditions diminish tomorrow ahead of an advancing low pressure system. This brings an increase in clouds through the day with a few, spotty showers by later afternoon-evening. Temperatures are seasonable in the mid 60s, but a much colder air mass settles in after the rain. Halloween Friday looks to be drier but chilly, with highs well below average in the upper 40s and a drop in temperatures through the afternoon. We’re anticipating the first widespread frost Friday night as lows drop below freezing.
-Anne Elise Parks, @anneeliseparks