You may turn back for a jacket this morning, but it will be good practice. Cool nights rule this week.
The chilliest air of this young cold season is here through tomorrow.
It's finally time to unpack your sweaters and fall coats.
If freezing occurs this week, outdoor plants could be damaged.
This could be the strongest storm to hit Ireland in 50 years.
Overall, not too bad! But when we get into the details, we see mixed results.
Ophelia roared across western Ireland on a path toward Scotland with damaging winds and downpours.
Fall-like weather is setting up shop for the workweek, with highs in the mid-60s today. Temperatures will fall overnight to the mid- to upper 30s in some spots and to the mid-40s downtown.
The warm and muggy weather will be swept aside by tomorrow morning.
Cool and clear is the name of the game starting Monday.