Posted by Meteorologist Melissa Mack

***DST ENDS this Sunday at 2am. Please remember to turn clock BACK ONE HOUR. Sunset on Sunday will be @ 5:20pm with the earliest sunsets of the year occurring in early December ~4:57pm.

Showers occurring this evening will combine with colder air and present a change in precipitation…rain to mix.  These will be our first snowflakes of this season!

For many cities and towns, TRICK-OR-TREAT will be from 6 and 8 PM tonight. Temperatures will be in the lower to middle 40s with chilly raindrops falling from time to time. Bundle up your li’l ghouls and goblins with warm, waterproof attire to keep them comfortably warm.

The core of the cold air mass will be closer to western Ohio. After that, the core of the cold will travel toward the spine of the Appalachians before sweeping across New England.

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

MACK

Sunday will be sunnier, but it will remain colder-than-normal with temperatures stuck in the 40s. 50s return on Monday!