Abundant sunshine will brighten the region through the rest of the week and into the weekend as high pressure remains dominant.
Temperatures ran slightly below average through Wednesday, but will gradually rise back to normal by Thursday.
Trick-or-treaters will not have to worry about any significant weather systems putting a damper on their Halloween activities on Thursday. Thursday's forecast calls for sunshine and a high of 67. Temperatures will dip down into the upper 40s on Thursday night.
To close the week out, Friday's high may break into the 70s.
Lows will remain slightly below average all week, staying in the upper 40s until the weekend.
No big changes are expected in the weather pattern over the weekend and into early next week as sunshine remains abundant across the region.
Written By AccuWeather.com Meteorologist Jordan Root
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