The showers that formed this afternoon along a stalled cold front will dissipate as the sun goes down. Temperatures will fall into the upper 20s and low 30s with mostly clear skies. For Halloween tomorrow, more clouds will form along the aforementioned front, but conditions look to remain dry. This will change Thursday however, as an Alberta Clipper will arrive. Precipitation Thursday will fall mainly as rain, although some snow to the north can’t be ruled out. Colder air on the backside of the system will set the stage for another rain/snow event late Friday night into Saturday. With colder air already in place, snow accumulations are possible, especially for the northern half of the viewing area. Stay tuned for updated!
-Meteorologist Dave Holder