After a stretch of warm weather in Dallas, below-normal temperatures are on the horizon for the city.
Following a strong system bringing severe weather to the Mississippi Valley, dry and cooler air will fall into place, dropping temperatures throughout the week.
Highs on Wednesday and Thursday are forecast to only reach the lower 70s. Highs in the lower 70s are more common and average for the end of March.
Overnight temperatures are expected to dip down into the 50s, a few degrees below normal for late April.
Dry conditions are also expected to persist through much of the week.
Temperatures will begin to rebound late in the week, reaching back to the 80-degree mark by next week.
Rain will finally make a return to drought-stricken California by the weekend with rain reaching all the way down into Southern California.
Showers are expected to fall over the Bay Area over the Halloween weekend, potentially dampening some holiday plans.
A shot of unseasonable cooler air will highlight the weekend across the Atlanta area.
Unseasonably cooler air will settle over the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex through Sunday.
Umbrellas and raincoats will be the rule in Seattle as a series of Pacific storms continue to affect the Northwest United States.
A storm riding a blast of cold air will unleash heavy snow on the central and southern Appalachians Saturday and will turn toward part of New England by Sunday.
Alpena, MI (1989)
73 degrees -- record for the date and the sixth consecutive day with a record high.
Pueblo, CO (1991)
16.5 inches snow during October 1991. (broke record for October).
Bismarck, ND (1991)
-10 degrees - October record.