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Showers should be over by the time the World Series begins, but it will be chilly.
The second half of October has been chilly -- and that's going to continue this week.
Temperatures this afternoon with full sunshine will rebound near or even above 60 degrees.
Cold weather for the next 24 hours is followed by a mild Friday.
After a mild day, the coldest air of the fall arrives tomorrow.
A nice pair of days is followed by a taste of early winter cold.
Showers today are followed by dry weather, but watch out for a very cold Thursday.
The weather pattern will undergo a major change this weekend.
The final hours of mild weather today will be replaced by more seasonable weather this weekend.
It's going to feel like summer again Wednesday, but the warmth isn't lasting through the week.
Much warmer weather will be here for Tuesday and Wednesday.
The weather this weekend will fluctuate from cool to warm with sunshine and clouds.
The upcoming weekend is looking pleasant and sunny, for the most part.
Skies will clear up on Wednesday for a pleasant day.
Showers and clouds will dominate for most of Tuesday.
A lot of clouds today and tomorrow with warm weather continuing later this week.
After today's showers, the weekend looks great with seasonably mild air.
Thursday will be seasonably temperate, with some clouds and a bit of sunshine.
Lots of humidity today is accompanied by a chance of storms and showers. It dries out Thursday.
Today features cloudy skies and cool early temperatures followed by humidity and warmth Wednesday. Showers can be heavy this afternoon.