High pressure and pleasant conditions will round out the rest of the week with temperatures in the mid to low 70s.
For Saturday, a surface cold front will move through the valley quickly with a few areas seeing some scattered showers. Once this front moves out, Sunday morning will be quite a change with temperatures falling into the upper 40s.
High pressure builds back into the region behind the front Saturday keeping temperatures below average for the start of the week, but then we start watching another front for middle to late week next week.
Temperature wise we remain near average for this time of year.
October is usually known as our driest month in term of rainfall amounts, but with Hurricane Michael, we are currently ahead 1.90″ in rainfall.