Voters venturing out to the polls this Election Day aren't likely to be battling Mother Nature. The National Weather Service is forecasting dry conditions with chilly temperatures early on this week.
However, some wintry conditions could be on the way.
It will be mostly sunny both today and Tuesday. The high both days will reach the mid 40s.
The overnight low tonight will dip into the mid 20s, which will mean voters heading to the polls in the morning will need to bundle up to stay warm.
Polls open at 7 a.m. Tuesday and close at 8 p.m.
"It will be chilly," said National Weather Service forecaster Matt Steinbugl. "By the afternoon, it will get into the mid 40s."
There's a 30 percent of chance of rain and snow Wednesday and Thursday with highs in the low 40s each day.
Otherwise, it will be cloudy Wednesday and mostly cloudy Thursday.
Steinbugl said the earliest arrival for any precipitation would occur Wednesday afternoon or evening.
Friday and Saturday are expected to be mostly sunny.
The high Friday will be 47.
Saturday will be a bit warmer with a high of 52.
"We are heading into that time of the fall when the average highs and lows are really starting to drop off," Steinbugl said.
In the beginning of November, average daytime highs are in the mid 50s, but by the end of the month they drop to the low 40s.