- Increasing winds
- Turning much cooler
- Showers possible for Trick-Or-Treat
Low pressure is tracking into the Great Lakes this morning and the steady rain is ending from west to east. Showers will remain in our forecast today until a cold front sweeps the region later this evening, but the all day, steady rains are coming to an end. The other big story today will be strengthening northwest winds late. Those northwest winds (gusts of 30-40 MPH) will help drive much cooler air southbound to wrap up the work week!
Our next weather maker will, unfortunately, arrive over the weekend and we must maintain shower chances during the all important Saturday evening Trick-Or-Treat forecast. While heavy rain isn’t anticipated, it could be just enough to require rain gear when you’re out and about.
Ridging will develop over the eastern US early next week and be responsible for a nice stretch of “Indian Summer” weather.
Upcoming 7-Day Rainfall Forecast: 0.25″ – 0.50″