FIRST WEEK OF FALL
It will feel like fall just in time for the official first week of fall. We’ll be caught up in a dry pattern which won’t break down until the 2nd half of the upcoming weekend! That means plenty of sunshine with temperatures close to average in the afternoon but running very chilly in the morning.
May need to close the windows, it could get quite chilly. Winds are breezy right now but will ease up and with clear skies and very dry conditions; temperatures will fall fast after sunset. Expect them to dip to the upper 30s to low 40s under bright sunshine.
GRAB THE SHADES
Be sure to keep your favorite shades in hand because you’ll need them as sunshine dominates the day with very little cloud formation. Highs should be a few degrees better than today reaching the 70 degree mark.
LONG DRY STRETCH
Unfortunately, we need the rain but will not see any for quite some time. Much of the week looks dry and sunny. Our next chance of rain holds off until late Sunday night into Monday as our next frontal system arrives. Enjoy the dry weather and for those needing the rain, hang in there!
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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