Good afternoon folks! Pure sunshine will be the name of the game from Sunday into the middle of the week, with rain chances increasing Thursday. Several frontal passages occur from Saturday night into late next week, but most will be lacking any real moisture to develop showers. Temps remain anywhere from 6 - 10 degrees below normal Sunday and Monday, warming to normal levels by Tuesday and Wednesday. For the valleys, normal for early November is mid 60's each afternoon and mid 30's each night. Other than that, it'll be a quiet end to the weekend and start of the school and work week.
Sunshine overhead Sunday and Monday will not help much with temps as they hold to the low 40's along the ridgelines and mid 50's across the valleys. Overnight lows both nights fall into the upper 20's - mid 30's depending upon elevation, under mostly clear skies.
Tuesday and Wednesday continue along the fair weather train with sunshine overhead and the only excitement is a moisture starved cold front and warming temps. Afternoon highs reach the upper 40's - low 60's Tuesday afternoon, warming to the low 50's - mid 60's Wednesday afternoon. Overnight lows dip into the upper 30's - mid 40's each night under mostly clear skies.
The next frontal passage late Thursday will bring rainfall and cooler temps to the region, with temps roughly 7 - 10 degrees below normal by next weekend. We'll dive into more detail sometime Tuesday afternoon.