Forecast: Rain relents, but sun remains limited
Drying out through Friday. How about Halloween?
Today: A.M. drizzle/mist. Some p.m. glimpses of sun. Mid-60s. | Tonight: Partly cloudy. Upper 40s to low 50s. | Tomorrow: Partly to mostly cloudy. Low-to-mid 60s. | A Look Ahead | Get Express Forecast by E-mail
FORECAST IN DETAIL
This morning makes three straight commutes slowed by rain or lingering wetness. Fortunately there won't be a fourth this evening, as soaking overnight rains depart this morning, followed by quiet weather through Friday. Unfortunately, the forecast for Halloween weekend is fraught with uncertainty. Let's get to it...
Today (Wednesday): The solid area of rain moved out early this morning. But drizzle or mist could linger until around lunchtime. By afternoon, though, some glimpses of sun are possible as highs top out in the mid-60s. Confidence: Medium
Tonight: Partly cloudy with lows in the upper 40s (suburbs) to low 50s (downtown) as a light breeze from the north brings in somewhat drier air. Still, fog is possible as some moisture lingers in the atmosphere. Confidence: Medium-High
Keep reading for the forecast through Halloween (and the end of daylight saving time) weekend....
Tomorrow (Thursday): Low-level clouds may hang tough. But some windows of sun aren't out of the question. We'll call it partly to mostly cloudy with highs in the low-to-mid 60s. Confidence: Medium
Tomorrow Night: Another partly cloudy night with lows in the upper 40s (suburbs) to low 50s downtown. Confidence: Medium-High
Not bad at all for Friday. We're likely to see partly sunny skies and highs in the 60s, with just a small chance of a passing shower or two Friday afternoon into Friday night. Confidence: Medium-High
With so many Halloween activities planned for Saturday and Saturday night, I'd like nothing more than to give a confident weekend forecast. But no can do. What we're fairly certain of is that a cold front will approach or move through Saturday with at least a chance of some showers and highs approaching or surpassing 70. How widespread will any showers be? And will a more significant storm develop along the front and bring rain to the area Saturday night into Sunday? Just don't have those answers yet. Confidence: Low
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