Rain and showers will help fight drought conditions across the region today. A strong cold front will first bring scattered showers late morning. Steady rain will fill in this afternoon with a few storms possible tonight. Severe threat is limited and will be higher across the coast. Highs will top out in the low 60s. Scattered showers will linger Friday and Saturday which will keep the clouds in place and keep temps below average. Trick or Treaters don’t need to worry about a soggy Halloween, though. High pressure will fill in Sunday and bring clear skies back to the forecast. Temps will climb to the upper 60s Sunday afternoon with overnight lows falling to the upper 40s. November will be off to a beautiful start with sunny skies and seasonable highs for the early part of the next week.