The wind is a major factor today as we shave off 15-20 degrees from yesterday's highs. Still cold tomorrow, but with less wind.
You will want to be layered and perhaps even head-covered given winds are likely to be 15 mph, gusting to 25 mph
Yesterday's front might seem like a wimp so far. The chill is coming. You'll notice the winds bringing it in by later today.
Over the weekend, cool air finally seeps in. The big push comes Saturday night into Sunday when it turns downright chilly.
At 2 a.m. Sunday, daylight saving time ends, we set our clocks back an hour, and enter standard time.
Throw on your fall jacket and go outside Sunday morning just after 6:30 a.m., because in the eastern U.S. a partial solar eclipse will be underway.
October 2013 had a whole lot of everything. We had dry spells, a very wet episode, impressive heat early on, and a fast return to the 30s to end the month.
A bit too muggy? Cold front cure is on the way. You might get wet and have a bad hair day on the way through this one though.
Trick-or-treating weather is quite enjoyable this evening, with much above normal temperatures and the rain/storminess well to our west.
A new study finds Pacific ocean is taking in heat at the most rapid rate in many thousands of years, providing yet another indicator of global warming.