(WGGB) — Not a bad Tuesday is on tap, with high pressure dominating allowing us to see abundant sunshine.
Temperatures will remain chilly with highs struggling to reach the 50 degree mark this afternoon.
Clouds will increase overnight and light sprinkles may develop during the morning Wednesday as a wave of energy pushes east.
Sleet/light snow may be possible in the highest elevations, but all activity will remain light and some may stay completely dry. Skies will gradually clear through the day.
A storm system will approach Thursday allowing for temperatures to warm into the lower 60s for Halloween and upper 60s for Friday.
It looks like the heaviest rain will hold off until Friday, but scattered showers cannot be ruled out Thursday evening.
Expect conditions to be damp trick or treating but by no means will it be a washout.
Winds will be gusty as the storm system pushes through. Rain will be heavy at times before clearing out late Friday.
Temperatures will cool back down into the lower 50s for Sunday and into next week.