Everyone have fun last night?  Kids trying to eat their candy for breakfast?  While the fight with the kids on how much candy they can eat may last for days, the fight with weather is not much of an issue as the pattern ahead is rather quiet and mild for the time of year.  It wasn’t much of a battle with the weather last night either as Trick-or-Treat temps ran in the upper 40s with little wind, allowing for an easy evening to keep the kiddos warm as they kept moving from house to house. 

We wake up this Sunday morning to temps near 50 degrees, a lot of clouds, and even a few scattered sprinkles/light showers.  Don’t expect much rain today as many more hours are dry vs. wet, just don’t be surprise if you catch a few drops at some point.  Clouds dominate the sky through the morning with a few peeks of sun possible late afternoon.  Highs run near 60, which is a few degrees above the average for this time of year. 

As high pressure builds in early next week, rain to our south, stays to our south, and highs trend up.  Tomorrow will be near 60 again, but by Tuesday, mid to upper 60s settle in.  Wednesday’s high are a touch cooler, especially at the coast, but by Thursday and Friday, we bounce back toward 70.  A few late-day scattered showers with a cold front is possible late Friday/Friday night, but it doesn’t look like a lot of rain at this point.  Next weekend, temps should return to more seasonal levels. 

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