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Gooood morning to ya,
The much-anticipated cold front is off to our west this morning.
This is the front that will put an end to the heat wave….although today will still be quite humid. We don’t expect much rain during the daylight hours today. A spotty shower/storm. The most numerous showers will likely be after sunset this evening. 15 hour futurecast (HRRR model):
Clouds should break for some sunshine and lower dewpoint air will finally make inroads. Check out the dewpoint trend over the next several days. The air is going to feel much different.
A calm day with a temperature rebound. Highs in the upper 70s to near 80.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL:
The next front will approach and there might be showers around for H.S. games in the evening. At this point, I am NOT expecting lightning.
Welp. We are due for a clunker and it is looking more and more like we have one on our hands. A pretty weak low will form along the cold front, slowing the front down and keeping us in the clouds Saturday. A cool NNE flow will develop. Showers can occur at times.
Temperatures will struggle….may not do much better than the mid 60s.
On Sunday, that weak low will get an injection of energy and it will actually back westward, keeping us “in the muck”. More showers and perhaps even cooler temperatures. 60-65 for the high?
Better things to come after the weekend. In fact, 80+ a good bet for at least a couple of days next week.
WEATHER FOR WEATHER GEEKS:
New video this evening by around 8:00. Will take a more in-depth look at the weekend forecast challenges…and will check in with the climate models to see what the October and November trends are.