Posted by Meteorologist Angelica Campos

Rain will be developing today with steady rain by this afternoon. Colder air will filter overnight allowing for a change over. The morning time will be the driest period of the day.Rain will ramp up this afternoon between mid-afternoon through this evening.

Most trick or treaters will be out between 6 and 8 PM, temperatures will average around 45 degrees with rain showers. You will need your waterproof gear along with extra layers to stay warm tonight.

The center of the coldest air aloft stays in western Ohio, then shifts into the Appalachians and Smokeys over the weekend.

Note how the snowfall potential has shifted west for Friday night. I think we can breathe easier.


Drier weather will try to move in Sunday, but temperatures will remain much below normal for the first two days of November. Nice but cool  on Sunday and going back to the mid and upper 50s for the first week of November.