Behind a cold front, tonight is going to turn blustery and colder with some clouds and a sprinkle in a flurry in some places. Lows tonight will be in the 30s with the wind making it feel colder than that. Wednesday will start off with a fair amount of clouds, even a sprinkle or flurry in some locations. As the day wears on we should have clouds breaking for some sunshine, by the end of the day, some places will turn out to be mostly sunny. We will have a cold wind on Wednesday with high temperatures ranging from only the upper 30s across the higher terrain to the middle to upper 40s in some of the deeper valleys.
A bubble of high pressure over the region will give us a partly to mostly sunny sky on Thursday. It will be chilly, but not quite as cold as Wednesday, with highs in the 40s to near 50. Clouds from the next system will start to increase on Friday. We will have a partly to mostly cloudy sky, but it will still turn a little milder with highs in the 50s. Unfortunately, this next system will cut to our south and may lead to a wet, cool, and breezy day on Saturday. Right now it looks like we will have rain, along with the cool gusty breeze. Temperatures on Saturday will have a tough time rising through the 40s. Behind the system Sunday will be blustery and chilly with clouds, some sunshine, and some showers and flurries around. Highs will be no better than the 40s. Monday will still be windy and chilly with a good deal of clouds and maybe some sprinkles or flurries. Temperatures will try to rebound closer to average as we head through Halloween and into the beginning of November.