Forecast: Frost advisory overnight; clear skies Tuesday


It's noticeably cooler out there today, with temperatures in the 50s and a gusty breeze.

The cool and crisp air continues throughout the evening as the effects of the cold front are felt in the mountains.

Temperatures are forecast to drop into the mid 30s.

Areas in blue are under a frost advisory from 2-9 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17, 2017.

Temperatures in counties along Lake Ontario, Central New York and the Hudson Valley could dip into the low 30s tonight.

Patchy frost is possible Monday night and Tuesday night for most of Northern Virginia, particularly away from urban areas and away from tidal waters, according to the National Weather Service in Sterling. Frost development in these areas looks unlikely.

We generally see our first temperatures of 36 degrees or lower in Louisville around October 20th. The sky will be bright and sunny and winds will be very light throughout the day.

A gradual warming trend will begin to take place as we head into Thursday and Friday!

Temperatures will rise back to the mid-60s with mostly sunny skies later in the day on Tuesday.

Highs through the weekend and into next week are expected in the upper 60s to mid-70s.

Saturday: Sunny, pleasant. High: 70s.