Record lows and snowfall is all around us. My cousin in Missoula got a foot of snow over the weekend!

Here in the Tri-Cities, I don't have to tell you it was one freezy-cold morning. We will continue to have lows in the 20's through Wednesday, but lows in the mid to upper 30's later in the week. This could actually turn out to be one of the warmest Halloweens ever in the Tri. A warming trend starts Thursday and will continue on Friday with a high in the MID 60'S! Saturday (Halloween) looks super nice as well with a high of 58-60. In fact, upper 50's and low 60's should continue into the first week of November. Maybe the bottom has to fall out of the warm temps after that, but if you're freezing your buns on mornings like we had today, it's nice to know a little relief is coming before it officially becomes winter.

Flat out cold this morning! Gradual warm up expected this week.

Posted by US National Weather Service Pendleton Oregon on Monday, October 26, 2020