After a cold start to the workweek the weather will turn much milder in the midweek, and relatively warm weather lasts into early next week. There is also a very low threat of any precipitation before the early to middle part of next week.
Look for temps to be in the 50s on Wednesday, and then in the 60s through the end of the week into next week. Some spots, especially inland, may see it get above 70 degrees in the afternoon on at least one day in the next week. Low temperatures will also be very mild, with temps in the mid 40s to low 50s at night.
There is no great risk of rain in the next 7 days or so. A front approaching in the early to middle part of next week may scoop up tropical system Eta, but that forecast is very uncertain. At a minimum, there should be a scattered shower threat in the middle (Wed-Thu) of next week, and it’s possible that steady/heavy rain could come into the picture if the tropical system is caught by the front.
Cooler, but not exactly very cold, weather is ahead for the end of next week into mid-November. In fact, it may stay warmer than normal, just not as extreme as what we’ll see in the next week. Needless to say, there are not many, if any, snow threats coming in the next 7-14 days.