The system that brought us rainfall overnight Saturday into Sunday dropped a quarter to an inch across the region. Clearing began after the low pressure center moved out of Wisconsin late Sunday and clear skies are expected to continue through tomorrow night.
Slight chances for rain, mainly to the north, come back on Tuesday afternoon. Temperatures will stay near average through Halloween. Just a few clouds and mid 40 temperatures will be the forecast for trick-or-treating Wednesday.
Later in the week, disagreement between models on timing will make it difficult to specify when the rain/snow mix precipitation will move through the region. Better details on how much we get, and exact timing will increase as we get closer to Thursday.