Tonight: A few leftover showers with decreasing clouds. Cold. Lo: 38.
Tomorrow: Sunny and chilly. Dry. Hi: 57.
Saturday: A hard freeze inland. Becoming sunny and continued dry. Hi: 57.
Showers come to an end tonight with a drying trend and cold temperatures. However, we will remain above freezing tonight despite the cold air in place. High pressure moves in from the north for tomorrow with plenty of sun. This will set the stage for a very cold night into Saturday morning with a freeze away from the coast. The weekend will be somewhat milder for the afternoons, but still remain below average by 10 or so degrees. Overnight lows will remain well below average in the 30s and 40s. Look for fantastic weather to take over next week as plenty of sun and a few clouds will become the rule. You can expect low to mid 70s for highs and lows in the more seasonable 40s and 50s for November standards. The tropics remain quiet. The end of the hurricane season is November 30.