While some stores and homes are decorated for Halloween, the weather will feel more like Thanksgiving around Washington, D.C. through the end of the week.
Temperatures will be more typical of mid- to late-November with highs through Saturday forecast to be in the mid-50s.
The coldest day of the week in terms of how it will feel will be Thursday, when brisk winds will contribute to RealFeel® temperatures dipping to near 40 degrees at times during the midday and afternoon hours.
Nighttime temperatures in the coldest suburbs can dip to frosty and freezing levels later this week.
Temperatures will rebound a bit over the weekend.
On Sunday, for the Marine Corps Marathon, temperatures will begin the day near 40 degrees, but will rise into the 50s by Noon. Winds will be from the west and northwest increasing to 8 to 14 mph with plenty of sunshine.
Severe storms will bring large hail and damaging wind gusts to eastern Colorado, Nebraska and Kansas on Monday.
Following a rain-free weekend for many in the Northeast, residents may be wondering if this is a sign of things to come for July.
The next round of thunderstorm downpours will swing into the Appalachians with the risk of isolated flash flooding on Monday.
More than two dozen people have died in West Virginia as a result of extreme flooding that inundated portions of the state on Thursday.
Another round of sizzling heat threatens to aggravate the ongoing wildfire situation across the southwestern United States through early week.
With the start of summer comes more time traveling and the unfortunate mess some items will leave if left baking in a hot car.
Gordonsville, FL (1995)
8.65" of rain.
Garfield, OK (2007)
7.5 inches of rain; 3.5 inches in just a little over 3 hours.
Record heat: Burlington, VT: 96 (tied/1999) Montpelier, VT: 91 (90/1999) Massena, NY: 92 (91/1999) Williamsport,PA: 97 (95/1963) Boston, MA: 96 (tied/1941) Milton, MA: 96 (93/1999)