EVENING: Clear and mild. Temps in the 60s.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear, patchy fog. Low 48.

FRIDAY: Mix of sun and clouds, warm. High 70.

Today was the third day in a row where daytime highs were 10 degrees warmer than average. It is not unusual to see days reached the 70s in November, but it is unusual to see it happen over a several day period. This unseasonable warmth will last through the weekend into early next week with most days at 70 degrees or greater.

The only chance for rain comes from a weak front on Sunday, which currently shows stray showers. Overall, not a washout. We’ll keep you updated on the Sunday forecast.

Early next week will stay warm too with a shot at a record high on Monday as temperatures climb into the mid-70s. Tuesday will be cooler but still pleasant for Election Day. East flow will bring some clouds by Wednesday along with more seasonable temperatures.

-Meteorologist Eric Finkenbinder