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Halloween is just around the corner and it looks like Mother Nature will cooperate for the trick-or-treaters.

High pressure in the southeast will warm temperatures back up into the lower 60s. Eventually a weakening cold front will move in from the Great Lakes creating the risk of a shower on Sunday.

Skies will start out sunny on Saturday and temperatures will make a return into the lower 60s in the afternoon. A few clouds will move in late in the day as mild air moves in. Sunday starts out partly cloudy but showers will move in during the afternoon as the cold pushes through the region. A westerly wind ahead of the front will bring temperatures up into the upper 60s.

Halloween looks to be a touch below normal with temperatures in the mid to upper 50s, but the skies will sunny. Temperatures during the evening hours will drop into the lower 50s.

Temperatures will trend warmer heading into the upper 60s by Thursday before the next system approaches. There will be chance of some showers sometime between Thursday afternoon and Friday.