10/31 – Jeff Vorick’s “Pleasant Halloween” Monday Afternoon Forecast

Today will be a mild, near-seasonal day. Halloween Day will have high temperatures in the mid-70s with light West-Southwest winds at 4-8 MPH. Partly cloudy conditions are expected through the remainder day. The conditions will be lovely for any Halloween activities. Temperatures will be in the low-70s to begin the evening, dipping into the 60s for trick-or-treating plans. Clouds will dissipate through the evening and overnight leading to another cool start tomorrow.

Tuesday night will have a brief interruption to the calm weather. A trough of low pressure will be moving in from Texas throughout the day. Cloud coverage will increase during the late-afternoon into the evening. The best rain chances will be overnight Tuesday into Wednesday. That being said, it looks like rain chances are spotty at best with 20% overnight.

The middle to end of the workweek will be mild with cool starts and warm afternoons aided by an area of high pressure taking hold. The next appreciable rain chance looks to be next weekend with a system moving from west to east along the Gulf Coast.

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