After a chilly start, Sunday looks nice; showers return for Monday

Today's Forecast

Another below average day when it comes to temperatures in mainly cloudy skies. We did see a little bit of sunshine to start the day along with a few spotty showers up along the Niagara escarpment, but all in all a dry day.

Clouds will increase from the south tonight, which along with a southerly wind flow will help keep temperatures a bit more comfortable. Spotty shower chances later tonight will increase overnight, with more widespread showers arriving for Monday morning. Occasional showers will continue into Monday afternoon with plenty of breaks. Rainfall amounts Monday will not be anything heavy. Some showers Monday night will look to thin out quickly Tuesday morning. A few spotty shower chances remain on Tuesday, but the models continue to trend drier and drier.

It will be partly to mostly cloudy Wednesday with slightly below average temperatures through the finish of the week. We are continuing to track a disturbance to our south on Thursday, but it looks like it will move far enough north to bring some rain into our area. As showers exit early Friday, this disturbance will pull some cooler weather back in for Friday night. Halloween weekend currently looks quite, with cool pleasant afternoons and clear cool nights. For any trick or treaters, Saturday evening currently looks dry and cool with temperatures in the lower 40s.

TONIGHT: Turning Cloudy, Spotty Showers arrive late, Wind: E/SE 5-10, Low: 37-41.

MONDAY: Occasional Showers, Plenty of breaks, Wind: NW 4-8, High: 47-52, Low: 40.

TUESDAY: Early Shower possible, Mainly Dry, Mostly Cloudy, High: 48, Low: 38.

WEDNESDAY: Partly to Mostly Cloudy, High: 53, Low: 43.

THURSDAY: Partly to Mostly Cloudy, Rain develops from the south, High: 50, Low: 34.

FRIDAY: Few Showers Early, then Partly Sunny, High: 45, Low: 33.

SATURDAY: Mostly Sunny, High: 50.

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