This is about as good as it gets in November, with mild temperatures and abundant sunshine. There were no records broken, but temperatures comfortably made it into the 60s Sunday afternoon, and should again Monday, but with a little less sun.
Expect a few scattered clouds overnight. Those clouds will make it filtered sunshine to start off Monday, but eventually clouds will take over entirely. Expect an overcast afternoon, but still mild with highs into the lower and middle 60s once again. A strong cold front is poised to move in late Monday night into early Tuesday morning. Rain will develop across the Midstate toward midnight, and it will become blustery into early Tuesday morning. Rain will once last through the morning commute, and then we'll see just partly cloudy skies through the afternoon, albeit with cooler conditions. Rainfall looks to remain minimal, around 1/2".
The rest of the week looks quiet, but cooler, with highs in the lower 50s.
-Meteorologist Ryan Coyle