With only 0.36 inches of rain, last month was not only the 3rd driest October on record, it was also the 12th driest of any month since records began in 1869. November, after only 11 hours, already has half of last month's rainfall. Today's rain is occurring ahead of a cold front that's currently in western New York and Pennsylvania. That front will pass through the city later this afternoon, before it gets here we're in for a warm and blustery day with a high in the low 70s.

There's not much to say about tomorrow's weather. We should have a mix of sun and clouds and it will be warm with a high in the mid 60s.

Sunday, however, oh, there's lots to talk about for Sunday. We are expected to get squeezed between a backdoor cold front dropping down from New England and high pressure building in from the west. The cold front will cause the temperature to drop through the day on Sunday, with a morning high in the mid 50s and afternoon temperatures in the upper 40s. More importantly for marathoners, Sunday will be windy as the high to the west gets closer to the low to our east. Look for a north wind blowing at 15-20 mph with higher gusts throughout the day on Sunday. Monday morning is looking chilly but we should see warmer weather by mid-week.