- Dry Trick-or-Treating; Showers Later
- Rainy Period Settles In
- Warming Temperatures
- Thunderstorms Possible Thursday
This Afternoon – Partly Cloudy – High 50° / Tonight – Mostly Cloudy – Low 40°
Partly cloudy skies are working into the region from the west this afternoon. Temperatures are currently in the upper 40s and may top out around 50° by late afternoon. All looks well this Halloween afternoon!
As you’re out and about trick-or-treating, you can expect temperatures to drop back into the low 40s under mostly cloudy skies. Rain will likely move in around Midnight and settle into the region for the rest of the night. Lows will drop back to around 40°.
Wednesday – Scattered Showers – High 61° / Wed Night – Light Rain – Low 60°
The cause of the overnight rain will be moisture advecting from the south of the area. This southerly flow will remain in place on Wednesday, leading to scattered showers throughout the day. Highs will top out around 61° thanks to that southerly flow.
Light rain will remain possible on Wednesday night. Temperatures look to remain steady thanks to strong low-level southerly flow. Temperatures may even tick up a few degrees overnight. Thus, expected low temperatures will be right around 60°.
Thursday – Isolated Showers – High 70° / Thur Night – Showers and Storms – Low 63°
Only isolated showers are expected Thursday. We should be well established in the warm sector of a low pressure system to the north. This means we’re between the warm front and cold front and in the southerly, warm, moist flow regime. This will lead to high temperatures topping out around 70°!
Showers and some thunderstorms may be possible Thursday night. I can’t rule out a couple strong storms at this time, especially between 6 PM and Midnight. Monitor later forecasts for updates on that department. Lows will remain fairly mild before the cold front moves through, dropping only into the low to mid 60s. The cold front should be on our doorstep Friday morning!
That should wrap up this afternoon forecast update! Be sure to follow @MarshallCoWX on Twitter and “Like” Marshall County Weather on Facebook for the latest Marshall County weather information. Have a great Halloween!