A cold front passed through the city late yesterday afternoon, ushering in cooler, drier weather for the weekend. This afternoon's high will be in the low 60s under mostly sunny skies. Quite a bit cooler than yesterday but still warmer than normal for early November. As high pressure moves in from the Ohio Valley we can expect more of the same tomorrow but without the gusty northerly winds. Saturday's high will be in the upper 50s.

A second dry cold front, this time dropping down from the north, will pass through the area on Saturday night. That front will cool us down a couple of degrees, with Sunday's high only expected to reach the mid 50s. Marathon participants will have to contend with a northwesterly breeze on Sunday morning.

Dry weather will continue well into next week. Monday will be sunny and cool with a high in the mid 50s, but look for it to warm up to near 60 degrees on Election Day. Yet another dry front is expected to pass late Tuesday or on Wednesday, leaving us clear skies and highs in the upper 50s through next Friday.