Freeze Warning Late Tonight
A cold northerly flow kept skies mostly cloudy Friday, while holding temperatures in the mid-40s. Clouds will dissipate overnight, with a widespread freeze as the wind lightens and skies gradually clear.
High pressure will build across the Great Lakes, before shifting east later Saturday, bringing plenty of sunshine and crisp readings in the low 50s. Communities trick-or-treating Saturday evening will have clear and cool weather, with temperatures in the upper 40s.
A cold front trailing low pressure over Canada will sweep through Ohio early Sunday showers, gusty winds and a reinforcing blast of chilly air to open November. It’s even possible the rain showers could mix with snowflakes in northern areas before ending midday. Temperatures will fall to low 40s Sunday afternoon, with strong northwest winds gusting over 30 mph.
After a frosty start, the weather will gradually moderate next week, with highs returning to the low to mid-60s. Mainly sunny, quiet weather will prevail for Election Day over virtually all of the nation, except in the Pacific Northwest and northern New England.
Tonight: Freeze warning, late clearing, cold. Low 30
Saturday: Bright sun, crisp. High 52
Sunday: Early showers, windy. High 52 (44), falling to upper 30s p.m.
Monday: Frosty, sunny, chilly. High 45 (27)
Tuesday: Sunny. High 54 (31)
Wednesday: Mostly sunny, milder. High 62 (38)
Thursday: Sunny, mild. High 65 (44)