While the remnants of former hurricane Sandy continue to pummel the East Coast with heavy rain, strong winds, and piles of snow, our local weather looks to stay cool, dry, and peaceful as we approach Halloween. The bright sunshine we’re enjoying today looks to carry over to Wednesday while temperatures may even warm slightly and the winds will be a bit less gusty. Look for plenty of bright sunshine, a slight northwest breeze, and high temperatures in the low 50s for Halloween Wednesday. The pleasant weather looks to continue into the evening.
Incidentally, while we’re looking ahead at important dates, the current forecast for Election Day next Tuesday looks a little damp with a chance for widely scattered light showers and high temperatures in the 50s. It certainly won’t be quite as mild as the last presidential election in 2008 when Rochester set a record high temperature with a reading of 74 degrees, but it should still be okay.
Posted under Holidays
This post was written by tschmidt on October 30, 2012