TALLAHASSEE (WTXL) - The Halloween forecast looks to be a good but a breezy one. Highs today will reach the mid 70s. By the time it's time to trick-or-treat temperatures will drop into the low 60s with no chance of rain. By Saturday as another cold front moves through with a few more clouds, the low temperature will fall into the mid 40s and Saturday's high will barely make it into the lower 60s. It'll be quite windy as well with gusts up to 40 mph possible, therefore a small craft advisory is in effect all day Saturday for offshore waters. Even colder air for the weekend with lows in the 30s though plenty of sunshine won't help the highs all that much, and we're only going to get into the mid 60s by Sunday. Temps slowly start to moderate heading into next week. It'll be a cold start to the work week with lows in the mid 30s but highs should get into the low 70s as winds shift from the north to more of an easterly flow. Election Day looks like a typical fall day with lows in the mid 40s and highs in the mid 70s. By the middle of next week our rain chances will increase to about 20% as another front attempts to make its way into our area and highs will climb back into the upper 70s.
Storm Team Intern- Rebecca Bennett