The last week of October promises to be cool and fairly quiet
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58)--Look for a fairly benign weather pattern after a little bit of slight snow on Sunday into early Monday for some of us. But you look at the weather map as of Monday morning with temperatures in the teens across the Northwoods, and you just know we're getting closer and closer to winter.
Expect highs in the 40s and 50s for much of the week as well with the coldest air in place for the first few days of the work week. It's so hard to figure what to wear this time of the year. My best advice, grab a "heavier" jacket, especially the next few days.
The shower chance goes up on Thursday with tropical moisture coming up from the south. The computer models are still not in sync. But, as it stands now, Halloween on Saturday looks pretty quiet with highs in the 40s and 50s. Don't forget to change the clocks back an hour Saturday night as we head back to standard time. We're also expected the second full moon that night. It's a blue moon and also known as the Hunter's Moon. I hope we can see it.