We have another warm one on the way today but some changes are on the horizon. We will remain south of a front today, allowing temperatures to get into the mid 80s this afternoon. It will also be rather muggy. 8am dewpoints:
Notice the drier air to the north of the front across the Upper Midwest. That is what will head our way for the weekend.
The front itself will come through unannounced tonight. No rain is expected. 7pm temperatures for those heading to a football game:
High pressure will build in for the weekend. Enjoy some great early Fall weather tomorrow and Sunday with highs in the lower and middle 70s.
The models have been having HUGE struggles with next week’s pattern but finally today it looks like we have some agreement. A cold front will march across the Valley late Monday and Monday night, bringing a decent chance for showers.
Behind the front, an ACTUAL FALL-LIKE DAY for a change on Tuesday with variable cloudiness and a cool breeze. Temperatures are likely to stay in the 60s.
This will be a shot of “seasonably cool” air for a few days but as we have been saying, October is likely to start quite warm.
With this kind of pattern early in October, it will be more like early September.
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