However, at least a few showers will be in the forecast. These will remain mostly light and scattered throughout Trick-Or-Treating hours.
The forecast remains dry and mild Tuesday night. Unfortunately, this may interfere with many people's plans to stay dry this Halloween.
The steady rain ends first thing Thursday morning, but showers are still possible during the day. Temperatures will fall into the upper 50s. We will see clouds thicken overnight with some isolated showers developing, especially locations west of Highway 15, by sunrise.
Mostly cloudy, mild and a tad muggy with patchy fog and a 10% chance for a shower. Overnight lows will drop to 33 with winds out of the southeast around 5 miles per hour.More news: Netflix Suspends Production on House of Cards 'Indefinitely' After Kevin Spacey Allegations
Thursday then we'll be starting to warm a bit above average into the low 80s, basically through the rest of the week and into the weekend. Lows will be in the low/ mid-40s with partly cloudy skies and slowly decreasing rain chances.
Overnight Wednesday into Thursday, there's a 60 percent chance for rain possibly totaling less than a tenth of an inch, as the low falls to around 22 and southwest winds gust to 25 miles per hour. Winds will lessen throughout the day Wednesday as rain chances decrease and skies gradually begin to clear.
The chance for showers increases the closer we get to Sunday.