10/29/2021 Evening Update: We have to deal with showers-but better by Halloween

Forecast

The latest Storm Tracker Forecast from Meteorologist Steve Caporizzo

Two nice days in a row, but our luck is going to run out with rain arriving later tonight. It was a cold start this morning….with heavy frost and in some places thick fog. Here are some of the Low Temperatures.

Latest Surface Maps…. the squeeze play today…storms east and west-ridge of High Pressure in between for a nice day. The Storm in SE Ohio will drift east tonight…and another storm works north for later Saturday afternoon. Looks like two bands of rain…..and a few showers in between….so not a washout Saturday.

FUTURECAST

A Storm moving slowly NE’ward brings a band of rain overnight-Midnight to 7am…Then a bit of a break Saturday-scattered showers and then another area of rain moves in by late afternoon/and at night. By Sunday-Most of the significant rain moves northward by 7-9am….and drier by Halloween in the evening.

TONIGHT: Clouding up-Rain develops late at night…

SATURDAY: Rain ends by daybreak-Cloudy-few showers-then more rain develops late afternoon and at night.

SUNDAY-Halloween: Cloudy-leftover AM Showers-then Mostly cloudy and mild-looks mainly dry in the evening for Halloween.

Halloween Forecast….Actually not bad…drying out-fairly mild for this time of year. It will be dark by 6pm.Be sure to be safe-have flashlight and glow sticks. Be Seen !and a bit of Halloween Weather History.

7 and 10 Day Forecast……Showers on Saturday-but not a washout…..Halloween on Sunday-Most of the showers leftover will be in the morning-drying out in the afternoon…then next week it looks like a push of much cooler air arrives….

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