Already it feels different out there this morning. Cooler but more humid and certainly cloudier than the last couple of mornings. At 8:45am, some showers and sprinkles were impacting areas north of I-80.
A cold front is on the way and it will trigger additional showers this afternoon and early this evening. A thunderstorm is possible. Our hi-res 18 hour futurecast:
If you are planning on hitting the Canfield Fair or doing anything else outdoors today, here’s the hourly breakdown of rain chances.
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In the wake of the front, a taste of Autumn for the 1st day of September. Highs tomorrow only around 73-74 with a cool breeze. It may look like rain at times but I would not expect anything more than a sprinkle.
Friday and the holiday weekend look spectacular. We may struggle with clouds for a while Friday morning but the day will end on a beautiful note and I expect to be able to count the clouds on one hand Saturday-Monday.
Meanwhile, coastal areas of the Southeast will be keeping a close eye on Hermine.
A great pattern but a dry one. Nary a drop for about a week after today.
Look for a big Summer review and September preview here on Thursday.
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