TONIGHT: Scattered Showers, Cool. Lo 57. Winds ENE 5 mph.
MONDAY: Scattered Light Showers, Especially in the Morning. Remaining Mostly Cloudy then Clearing Late, Cool. Hi 60.
TUESDAY: Clearing Skies, Cooler and Breezy. Hi 52.
Today has featured the beginning of the temperature drop off from record warmth on Saturday. Temperatures have been in the 50s throughout the day with occasional showers. Another round of rain develops tonight and lingers through tomorrow morning. Showers then continue to be scattered during the morning before drying out some for the afternoon and evening.
Highs drop into the upper 40s by Wednesday and lows below the freezing mark by the early morning hours Thursday. Chances for frost across the Midstate Thursday and Friday morning are the first widespread chances we have seen all fall. Mostly drier weather prevails, however there is a small chance for the stray shower or two Wednesday as a result of limited upper level support and a coastal low developing to our east. Highs rebound into the low 60s by next Saturday thanks to the drier and sunnier weather ahead.
-Meteorologist Dan Tomaso