You’ll fall for this weather forecast

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After going through a late summer surge this past week, the chill returns this weekend.

High pressure is moving into the Ohio Valley bring very cool Canadian air. Temperatures will be in the mid 50s later tonight around the city. Many outlying suburbs will go down in the upper 40s.

By tomorrow, temperatures will struggle to reach 70 in the afternoon under mostly sunny skies. Overnight lows will be in mid 50s. Frost advisories may be issued for areas north and west of the city for Sunday night.

High pressure slides just south of the city by Sunday and that will allow winds to come from the west. Highs will moderate somewhat into the mid 70s.

Taking a look in the tropics, the only storm make headlines at this point is Tropical Storm Ingrid in the Bay of Campeche. Currently with winds at 60 mph, it is producing 10-15 inches of rain across a large portion of Eastern Mexico. Some areas in the mountains are getting as much as 25 inches. It is forecasted to drift slowly to the northwest and make landfall near Tampico on Sunday as a catagory 1 hurricane.