After highs of 61-65 Saturday & 54-62 Sunday, frost is likely Monday morning.
0.20-0.40" rain fell over much of the viewing area Saturday night-Sunday morning with a few isolated locations seeing +0.40". 0.52" was the highest measured total I found in the viewing area, near Santa Fe (Miami County).
Frost Advisory is up for the entire viewing area tonight-early Monday. Lows of 32-36 are likely with some patchy fog (especially in low-lying areas & areas around water).
With wall-to-wall sun & a south to south-southwest breeze, highs should climb to 62-68.
Highs of 73-78 are likely Tuesday & 77-81 Wednesday with lots of sunshine & strong southwest to west winds.
Fire danger will be elevated Wednesday.
Band of cloudiness with clipper should pass Monday night-Tuesday morning with perhaps an isolated shower or sprinkle. Otherwise, it looks bright & warm!
Thursday may turn a hair cooler, but Friday, Saturday, Sunday look warm as hurricane makes landfall along the eastern Gulf Coast early next weekend as Tropical Storm Gamma is absorbed into developing Hurricane Delta.
Eventually strong cold front will pass around October mid-point with some severe weather risk Minnesota to Oklahoma. We will see if we end up with any severe weather risk. Dynamics may be there, but low-level moisture & CAPE are in question. If they increase, then we may end up with some severe weather risk around that time.
A night or two of frost may follow, followed by a sudden, big warm-up.