DRY END TO SEPTEMBER
Skies cleared nicely this evening allowing for a beautiful dry end to the month of September. There is a weakening cold front that will slide east overnight but continue to dissipate over the area during the day Tuesday. We will see nothing more than clouds out of it. There is only a very small chance that a shower will pop up. Clouds will increase overnight and towards morning keeping morning lows milder in the low to mid 50s.
OCTOBER ARRIVES WARM
The first several days of October look to be very warm and well above average. Highs will reach the mid and upper 70s tomorrow under partly sunny skies. There is only a very small chance for a stray shower. Clouds should start to decrease and clear by late afternoon and early evening.
FLIRTING WITH 80
Plenty of sunshine for Wednesday and many areas are likely to touch 80 degrees! A weak front will approach late in the day but will not bring much change to the weather. In fact, temps remain warm and above normal for Thursday and the rest of the week.
BEST RAIN CHANCE
Next best opportunity for wet weather will be scattered showers and storms Sunday afternoon and evening as a cold front and a deep upper level trof swings in. Showers may also be possible Monday with some left over energy. Highs Sunday could still reach the upper 70s then drop to the low 70s for Monday as cooler air returns.
Have a nice weekend!
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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