EVENING: Clear and seasonable. Temps in the 50s.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear, patchy fog developing. Low 40.

THURSDAY: Patchy morning fog, clouds increase toward evening. High 66.

Wrapping up another picture perfect November day and we can prepare for another clear, moonlit night. Some areas of fog are expected to develop early Thursday morning.

The main weather headline for the week is Hurricane Nicole and its track that will bring a soaking rain for Veteran’s Day. The rain will begin Friday morning and continue all day into Friday night. Most areas will receive 1-2″ of rain from Nicole, but some locally higher amounts are possible.

As the tropical moisture exits before sunrise Saturday morning, gusty northwest winds develop Saturday as we dry out for the weekend. Although Saturday stays mild, we will be noticeably colder by Sunday with a steady northwest breeze. That chilly air hangs around for most of next week.

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder