This Halloween weather is a far cry from October 31, 2016, which was the hottest Halloween on record in the Shoals.
Temperatures rise to a high of plus 2C. Any showers look to arrive from 8 PM - 12 AM. "The kids will not need a jacket this year!" Be sure to check back for regular forecast updates, as our first flakes of the season start to fly. The most likely time period for wet weather appears to be closer to sunset through Wednesday morning. There is a chance of late-day and evening sprinkles or brief light rain mainly along and south of I-70 with a small chance we could see a few flurries.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy, with a high near 71.
Sat: High: 66 Low: 39 Partly cloudy. Record heat is expected Thursday, and above normal temperatures will remain into early next week. South to southeast wind at 7 to 12 miles per hour.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy skies and scattered rain showers will be possible, with a high temperature of 54 degrees. Lows north of the lake around 59 and south of the lake around 64. A milder pattern will persist through the weekend but also will carry a few shower chances and even a thunderstorm threat through Sunday night. Wind: SE 5-15. High: 44. Expect much warmer temperatures in the upper 60s to lower 70s.
Temps: High of 76 degrees and a low of 62.
Showers end by late Thursday night as a cold front crosses the area, with lows in the low to mid 40s (6 degrees Celsius). Chance of precipitation is 20%. This will allow highs to quickly warm back to the mid-70s to low 80s across the Big Country.
Tonight: Becoming partly cloudy.
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