Warm first weekend of fall

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Saturday is mostly sunny and unseasonably warm.





The weekend brings plenty of sun and a summery feel.

Fall may have started earlier this week, but it’s going to feel like we hit the rewind button by a few weeks for the weekend. High pressure continues to take control of the weather, and this leads to a clear but cool overnight period. Lows fall into the upper 40s to middle 50s. There will be patchy fog again late, but it burns off quickly after sunrise. Saturday features plenty of sunshine and unseasonably warmer temperatures. Readings reach the upper 70s to near 80 degrees. Sunday is basically a repeat, with temperatures a little warmer and some extra clouds.




Some moisture tries to stream in from the south early next week, and this throws some questions marks into the forecast. The disturbance tracks to our southeast, and will bring added clouds Monday through Wednesday. A few showers could try to creep into the forecast Tuesday and Wednesday. This is depending on how organized the disturbance becomes, and how close to our region it tracks. We’ll monitor it and adjust the forecast as needed. Regardless, temperatures are cooler and have more of an autumn feel.




Thursday brings more sunshine with highs in the lower 70s. Our next cold front brings the chance for some showers Friday. Temperatures reach the lower to middle 70s.



Have a great weekend!

-Andrea Michaels




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