Happy Halloween! We made it through the rough and nasty weather and we’re ready to go out and about Sunday afternoon to a mix of sun and clouds with highs that are staying near the mid 60s.
It’s a quiet Sunday overall, with not much precipitation. Most showers are staying in northern Vermont and New Hampshire, with a few isolated light showers that will linger in the west but not impact our outdoor plans, as they’re exiting pretty quickly.
Our temperatures will be dropping into the upper 50s and while it’ll be somewhat cool, the coldest days are yet to come.
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Monday will be a day in which temperatures will take a small drop into the upper 50s and low 60s, but sunny and oh so pleasant. Our dew points will also decrease, so make sure you stay hydrated and keep the moisturizer handy -- sunglasses, too!
By Tuesday and into Wednesday we’ll watch those values drop to the mid-50s and by Wednesday going into Thursday they’ll reach the upper 40s and low 50s. You know what that means: nights will be even cooler into the 30s!
We’ll continue with mostly dry weather throughout the week. A system pushes through midweek but we won’t be having much impact, except for a few lingering showers advancing mainly over the northern states and some wintry precipitation possible for higher elevations north.
It’ll be by the end of the week when we’ll watch showers become more widespread but once again not expecting a complete washout yet.
Looking ahead into next weekend, we’ll be having cool temperatures and minimal chances for rain -- a good-looking window for a calm week ahead.
Don’t forget daylight saving time is ending and we’ll have to push our clocks back one hour Saturday night before sleeping. This will save you the trouble of waking up earlier than needed. Sad part, we’ll have one hour less of sunlight since sunset will drop to 4:30 p.m. Wow! But the good part is that we’ll get to sleep in a bit Sunday morning.
In our marine forecast, we’ve been having rough seas but thanks to winds diminishing their speed, we’ll watch these calm down by Monday afternoon into Tuesday.