Fall like conditions will continue for the next few days.
Increasing cloud coverage Thursday night will very likely obscure the Orionid Meteor shower. Friday night will have some clearing and that could be your celestial ticket. Otherwise, dry conditions will continue through Saturday (mountain snow is expected in the northern zones Sat and Sun) and temperatures will continue a gradual increase through the start of next week. The temperatures this weekend will still achieve seasonal averages in the middle sixties, but they will be dropping compared to Friday and Monday in response to the two cold fronts quickly moving through the region. These cold fronts will lead to deteriorating conditions in the mountains and for mountain travel. Conditions in the western and lower valleys should be dealing with rain showers Saturday night and nothing more. Monday will be one of those warm and windy days that always precede the arrival of a significant storm system. A more impactful low pressure system with a cold front will be traversing the region late Monday with rain and snow implications lingering through Wednesday. More details to come.