A sharp drop in temperatures marked the start of the Halloween weekend which began after much of the region saw the first snowfall of the season.
Now more snow could arrive in the area in just a few days.
Halloween day, Saturday, October 31, will be bright and sunny with a high temperature between the low and mid 40s.
For the first time since World War II, a blue Halloween moon will be visible around the world on Saturday night. (A blue moon is when there is more than one full moon in a month.)
After that, it will be time to “fall back” and set the clocks back one hour with daylight saving time ending at 2:00 am on Sunday November 1st.
Clouds will increase overnight as the calendar moves to the new month. Sunday will be mostly cloudy with high temperatures in the mid-1950s.
Showers will become possible after approximately 3 p.m. Sunday and possibly after 9 p.m. Sunday. The low temperature during the night will drop between 30 and 30 seconds.
Then comes the risk of snow on Monday morning, November 2 at 10 a.m. The risk of snow is for the whole region. Precipitation is predominantly snow showers with no expected accumulation.
Monday’s high temperature will increase until the mid-1940s and the sky will gradually clear, leading to a mostly sunny day.
The low of the night leading up to election day, Tuesday, November 3, will be between 30 and 30 seconds.
Tuesday will be mostly sunny with a high temperature in the mid to 40s.
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