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Autumn has really set in. We have already had our first frost across the area. Many days of highs in the 40s and 50s. And crisp air in place with trees changing color all around. Yes Autumn is here!
There is so much to do in October I feel like its just passing me by. All the pumpkin spice treats like coffee, and cocoa. Pumpkin bread. Haunted houses for Halloween! Etc. I try to get out and enjoy this time of year as much as possible, the weather has been great for it so far. Temperatures will try to sneak up into the 70s this week as we head into the weekend. Take a look at the week ahead temperatures below.
Our average high for this time of year is around 66* degrees. As you can see we will start off with cool 50s in the area tomorrow however those temperatures spike once we head into Saturday and Sunday. Next week looks like an up and down kind of week temperature - wise.
We will feel pretty chilly tomorrow as a cold front pushes through the area. Winds will be between 10 and 15 mph gusting between 18 and 20 mph at times. Breezy and cool. Keep those heavier jackets out and handy.
Breezy and cool with partly cloudy skies through out the day. High around 58* degrees and a low that night around 41* degrees. I think we will keep any rain showers away until we head into Saturday night / Sunday. That's when we will see a warm front push through the area once again spiking our temperatures into the 70s with possible showers / thundershowers in the area. You can see what I'm talking about in the prog chart below from the national weather service.
We will watch this as it continues to get closer. Saturday night into Sunday is when we have the best chance of seeing any thunderstorms in the area. Right now I expect wind to be the main event during any thunderstorms to move through. Also rainfall will be around a quarter inch to a half inch in areas. I'll keep you posted.
Until then I'm going to have some Halloween fun! :) Have you heard of Indiana Fields Of Fear? Its a halloween haunted house attraction. Take a look, I'll be going tomorrow to check it our for myself.
If you want a Halloween fright without going outside you can check into this crazy web site! "Are You Scared?" http://www.areyouterrified.blogspot.com/ This site has everything from ghost stories to urban legends. Just an idea to get you into the Halloween spirit! ;)
Have a great night everyone. I'll check back soon.