We had grey skies and peeks of sunshine to kick off the workweek. The cloud cover helped stifle temperatures a bit with highs in the 60s versus Sunday’s 70s.

The cloud cover will make for tougher viewing tonight of a total lunar eclipse that will get underway after midnight, but the clouds should be thin enough to enjoy the late-night eclipse. This will be the last total lunar eclipse until March 2025.

Election Day will come with clouds and even a few spotty showers. Temperatures will be trending slightly higher Tuesday afternoon as clouds thin some.

Another November warm spell will follow Wednesday and Thursday with highs in the mid to upper 70s. Like last week the warm spell will also come with some wind both days.

The pattern will flip cold by Friday as a strong front ushers in some of the coldest weather of the fall. No severe weather is anticipated with the front, but we should see some shower activity Thursday night.

Cold weather settles in Friday. Look for it to stick around through the weekend into next week.

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