Evening Forecast Thursday, October 31st, 2013

The warm weather pattern will take a time out over the weekend.
Updated: Thursday Evening, October 31st, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

The unseasonably warm weather pattern continued today despite plenty of clouds and scattered showers. A warm front passed to our north and tonight will remain quite warm for this time of the year with showers becoming more numerous by dawn. Some of the rainfall can actually be heavy later tonight into Friday morning as a cold front pushes into the region and there can be a thunderstorm. The front will pass to the east and the showers will taper Friday afternoon with a gusty wind and clouds trying to break for some sunshine. Once again, temperatures will push up well into the 60s. Chillier air will continue to push into the area as we head into the weekend. Saturday will become mostly cloudy and brisk with scattered showers. The rain showers can mix with snowflakes across the higher terrain Friday night into Sunday. Temperatures will not rise higher than the 40s on Sunday despite clouds, sprinkles and flurries trying to break for some sunshine later in the day. A ridge of high pressure will settle over the region giving us plenty of sunshine on Monday. It will still be seasonably cool with highs in the upper 40s to the lower 50s. Eventually this air mass will warm as we head into the middle of next week with temperatures returning back into the 60s before the next front moves in with showers later next week.
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