A cool Halloween, then a warming trend


Cooler than average temperatures for Halloween, but turning much warmer for the remainder of the week. Some showers could occur along with the warm up.


Last year on Halloween we had a record high of 86 degrees. This year, Halloween will be quite seasonable! Sunshine for most of the day. A weak cold front moves through Monday Night which will bring just slightly cooler air for Halloween Tuesday. Another chilly start in the 30s to lower 40s. Then, sunny for the afternoon with highs only in the 50s north of the city, and around 60 to lower 60s city and south.

Temperatures for Trick or Treating look cool, but not too cold mainly in the 50s.


As we turn the calendar to November, we can expect a warming trend starting on Wednesday and continuing for the remainder of the week and into the weekend.

Increasing cloud cover and a southerly flow should help lift afternoon temperatures into the mid 60s. A few isolated showers could occur Wednesday Afternoon (mainly west). The cool front that moved through Monday Night will lift back to the north as a warm front. Therefore the southerly flow continues and temperatures will become warmer right through the upcoming weekend. Daily afternoon highs averaging around 70 to the lower 70s late week and weekend. Morning lows not quite as cold with mainly 50s.


Some weak upper level disturbances should move across the Southeast and Tennessee Valley late week and into Saturday. This could bring some showers at times, but mainly scattered in nature and only light amounts of rainfall. So, at this point, we are not looking at all day wash outs!

As always, you can depend on the StormTrack 9 Team for updates!

David Glenn

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