TONIGHT: Mostly Clear, Cooler. Lo 42. Winds: N 5-15 mph.

ELECTION DAY: Sunny, Cooler, & Breezy. Hi 57. Winds: N 5-15 mph.

WEDNESDAY: Sunny, Seasonable. Hi 57.

Monday’s extreme warmth provided a new record high of 76 degrees which is almost 20 degrees warmer than average! We continue warm this evening, but a change to more seasonable conditions arrive later tonight.

Tonight will begin a more seasonable stretch of weather, with lows falling into the lower 40s. Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday will feature plenty of sunshine and dry weather. Highs will be seasonable to start, with milder air coming back with highs returning to the 60s by Thursday.

We are currently tracking a subtropical storm named Nicole in the Atlantic that looks to have an impact on the United States later this week. The storm isn’t a strong one, but it will bring rain and winds across the Southeast by Wednesday and Thursday. It will then turn northward and interact with a cold front to bring much-needed rain to our area Friday and Friday night. It’s too early to give exact amounts, but it has the potential to bring a soaking, beneficial rain to the area. Behind this moisture, temperatures drop like a rock and it will certainly feel more November-like. By next Sunday, highs will only be in the 40s. Get ready, the chill is coming!

-Meteorologists Dan Tomaso and Eric Finkenbinder