A chilly start this morning and you can expect another one tomorrow morning. You’ll be feeling the crisp air as temps plummet to the upper 30s to low 40s.
A large bubble of high pressure hovers over us keeping us dry with cloud free skies. We’ll be slow to warm tomorrow but should see afternoon highs a few degrees warmer than today near 70 degrees
FINALLY WARMING UP
Winds shift to the south for Thursday. This means a few more clouds and a little more moisture streaming in which also means milder temperatures. Our chilly fall like spell will end and we’ll see temps rise above average into the mid and upper 70s.
DODGING SHOWERS FOR THE WEEKEND
A warm front pushes through early Friday morning. More clouds but should stay dry and temperatures will flirt with 80 degrees. Our best chance for showers arrives scattered as a cold front comes in but the moisture with the front not looking impressive and models continue to show it falling apart as it heads into the area but we’ll keep you updated on any changes. Right now it is not looking like a washout by any means.
Sunday shower chances may linger early in the morning but improving conditions by afternoon with highs in the mid 70s.
FIRST WEEK OF FALL STARTS COOL
Weak upper level trough swings in for the start of next week and brings a brief shot of fall like air, fitting since will be the first full day of Fall. The Autumnal Equinox officially arrives Sunday at 4:44pm. Highs Monday will reach only 70 degrees falling short of average but plenty of sunshine will make for a nice day.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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