Despite the sunshine on the way, temperatures remain below average to kick off November.
Ghostly gray skies have plagued the forecast for the past several days, but sunshine roars back into the forecast just in time for our Halloween Sunday. Expect temperatures to rise into the upper 60s in the Piedmont and Foothills for the second half of the weekend, about five degrees below average. The High Country will also be in the cooler 50s on Sunday. By the time the sun sets and your little ghostlings go trick-or-treating, temperatures should cool into the mid-to-lower 60s before bottoming out in the 40s overnight. Our mountain communities will wake up to the 30s on Monday.
Despite abundant sunshine on the way, temperatures will remain below average for the entirety of November’s first week. Another moisture-laden system arrives by next weekend, bringing a chilly rain to the Piedmont and Foothills, while the High Country could get its first dose of widespread wintry weather. Stay tuned!
Tonight: Variable clouds before clearing late. Scattered mountain showers. Low: 48°. Wind: SW 5-10.
Sunday: Plentiful sunshine. High: 69°. Wind: NW 5-15.
Halloween Night: Clear. A chill will run down your spine. Low: 46°. Wind: N 5-10.
Monday: Another beautiful day. High: 69°. Wind: N 5-10.