Your forecast for today: Temperatures this morning will be widespread in the 20s with a few isolated colder spots dropping into the teens. The cold temperatures do come with a trade-off though as we should see a stretch of fairly dry and sunny weather the next few days. The sunshine will help temperatures slowly climb to a high near 38 degrees by this afternoon.

Tonight: Skies should stay mainly clear this evening with the exception of a few clouds and flurries hugging the Canadian border. Temperatures will again be cold with a low near 18 degrees in the Twin Ports and likely even colder along the Iron Range and North Shore.

Tomorrow: We will see nearly a carbon copy of Tuesday for our weather pattern on Wednesday. This will give us another unseasonably cold start in the morning with sunshine in the afternoon and a high near 36 degrees.

It looks like the chilly trend in our temperatures is here to stay with us throughout the week. We should stay mainly dry through Friday though, which means Halloween now should stay dry, but cold. Chances for light snow showers return Friday night and continue off and on into the weekend.