Mostly clear skies are expected tonight. It will be a chilly night, with temperatures dropping into the middle and upper 30s in mountain valleys, with lower 40s elsewhere. Frost is possible in spots that are typically colder, so precaution to protect plants should be taken, even though a frost advisory is not in effect.
Sunshine is expected on Monday and high temperatures will warm into the middle and upper sixties by afternoon. Tuesday morning will also be chilly, with patchy frost possible in colder valleys.
A cold front will move our way on Thursday, but very little if any precipitation is expected. Another disturbance will move our way late Friday into Saturday giving us our next chance for rain. Overall this week will be dry, with temperatures close to normal for October.