Freeze, Frost, Patchy Shallow Fog (Mainly in Low Areas & Areas Near & Over Water). Lows 27-31.
There Warm Weather After This Cold Night, So If You Want to Extend Your Garden Season for Tomatoes, Peppers, Etc., Cover Them Up Tonight with a Blanket. Widespread Frost Should Begin to Form After 2 a.m.
Windy, Some Increasing Clouds. Sprinkle &/or Couple Showers May Overcome the Dry Air In the Evening As Shortwave Pivots Through & Warm Front Approaches.
Dry Air & Wind Mean Bit of Elevated Fire Risk.
Gusts to 40 mph with Partly Cloudy Skies with 61-68 for Highs.
Low Humidity = Elevated Fire Risk
Saturday Night Looks Windy & Rather Mild for Late October with Lows 50-55.
Windy to Very Windy with 35-45 mph Gusts Possible.
Some Scattered Showers/T'Showers with 58-63 Falling to 51-56.
Rainfall at or Less 0.15" It Appears at the Moment.
Partly to Mostly Cloudy with a Few Isolated Showers. Breezy with Highs Upper 50s to Mid 60s.
Windy, Warm with Partly to Mostly Cloudy Skies & 68-75.
Wednesday Night Looks Quite Mild at 56-60 For Lows with Windy Conditions.
Windy to Very Windy with 35-45 mph Gusts & Warm.
Line of Storms Possible Either Thursday Night or Friday (Thursday Night Looks Unseasonably Warm).
Parameters Suggest Slight Risk of Severe at the Moment for All or Part of the Area as Tongue of Low-Level Moisture From Texas & Louisiana Moves North & Northeastward with +65 mph Low-Level Jet & +110 mph Upper Jet Streak Crossing Area (with Surface Cold Front).
Cold Pocket Aloft Skims Area, Too, Which All Promotes Parameters of the Slight Risk Nature. Monitoring Will Continue.
Quick Moving Line at Potentially 55-60 mph Will Keep Rainfall Totals at or Below 0.40" It Appears Currently.
Looks Dry & Breezy to Windy with 50s & 60s & Lows in the 30s.