After a relatively cool first couple of days of November, our weather should get locked into a warm pattern that could stay through at least the rest of week 1, with a good chance it stays pretty warm even longer than that. Here's the 6-10 day temperature outlook from NOAA/CPC:
The 8-14 day outlook also shows above-average temperature expectations:
Beyond that, it does look like some brief shots of pretty cold air could make their way southward, but no long-term cold trend is seen through at least the first two weeks of the month. We'll see, but might as well enjoy mild weather while we can!
Updated by Meteorologist Tom Patton (4:40 AM, 11/1/15)
TODAY: Mainly cloudy skies with some light rain likely during the morning. Just a chance for a light shower during the afternoon. Highs in the mid or upper 60s. (Rain Chance: 50% in the morning, 30% or less by afternoon)
TONIGHT: A more significant batch of rain will be arriving from the southwest and it could become heavy at times toward daybreak (especially southern VA). Lows in the mid to upper 50s. (Rain Chance: Increases to 90%)
MONDAY: Rain could be heavy at times during the morning, then tapers off from north to south later in the afternoon or evening. Heaviest rainfall totals are expected to be south of I-64 where 1"-2"+ of rain could accumulate. Highs around 60°. (Rain Chance: 90%)
TUESDAY: Partly sunny and pleasant. Highs around 70° after an early morning low in the lower 50s.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny and pleasant. Early morning temps in the upper 40s, afternoon highs around 70°.
THURSDAY: Partly sunny and pleasant. Early morning temps in the lower 50s, afternoon highs should reach the mid 70s.
FRIDAY: Partly to mostly sunny. Early morning temps in the low to mid 50s, highs should reach the low to mid 70s.
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy with a chance of showers. Early morning temps in the mid 50s, highs should reach the mid 60s. (Rain Chance: 30%)