Happy Halloween! Any sun will fade away pretty quickly today and temps will struggle to get to 50...at least the wind will be light. This evening will be cloudy and cool for the trick-or-treaters and high school football games although a few sprinkles will be possible if you are out very late in the evening with moisture streaming in. That moisture will continue to make progress on Saturday as a strong area of low pressure develops to our south. As the low works north rain will overtake the coastline in the afternoon and begin working inland during the evening. The storm will be strengthening Saturday night and Sunday morning, drawing very cold air down from Canada and cold rain will likely mix with and even change to snow in spots before tapering off from west to east on Sunday. This time of year it is very difficult to accumulate snow but there is a very good chance inland and especially north and east for a few inches of wet snow to pile up. Closer to the coast even if snowflakes mix in they likely won't accumulate or perhaps just a slushy coating on the grass. Wind will also be a concern...with some leaves still on trees and wet snow, power outages are a distinct possibility.
This storm has been very shifty so keep checking in for forecast updates,
Have a great weekend!