Showers, then a mixture of clouds and sun.
Considerable low cloudiness, areas of fog cover the Great Lakes, Ohio River Valley.
More of a treat than a trick: generally dry weather should arrive in time for Halloween.
Sun, then increasing clouds.
Rain arrives from west; then turning clear, frosty.
Rapid temperature changes from Great Lakes eastward. An intensifying storm produces a heavy dose of rain or wet snow. Frigidly cold air follows.
New storm moves from Great Lakes up into eastern Canada. Heavy rain, wet snow along storm track. Then clearing, very cold.
Very cold Great Lakes. Then, a fast-moving storm reaches the region by the 19th provides some heavy snow, then colder temperatures.
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