Happy Tuesday! Today will be the last day we’ll see these abnormally high temperatures as a cold front slowly but surely begins to make its way through our area. This will trigger a stray shower or thunderstorm by the afternoon hours, otherwise we’ll be under mostly cloudy skies with a high around 80. Winds will be from the west at 5-10 mph by the afternoon, starting from the southwest and then changing over to the WNW around sunset. We’ll have overcast skies overnight with isolated showers possible and a morning low of around 60. Cloudy skies will persist through the day on Wednesday, with scattered showers throughout the day and a high around 63. Rain will be likely area-wide by the overnight hours as the main batch of rain moves through. Due to the passing of the cold front, the actual low temperature for Wednesday will be right before midnight, with a temperature around 56. Showers will linger for your Thursday morning, but there will be clearing area-wide after noon with highs in the mid-60’s. Rainfall amounts could be between 1 to 2 inches when all said and done, but since this will fall over a span of 36 to 48 hours, flash flooding will not be a concern. Severe weather will not be an issue, but a thunderstorm can’t be ruled out.
Fall-like temperatures will finally be in our area for the weekend and we’ll have plenty of sunshine for Friday with highs in the upper-60’s. We warm up back into the 70’s by Saturday and Sunday with partly cloudy skies. And then temperatures will fall back down into the 60’s on Monday with a passing of another cold front on Sunday that as of now can bring a stray shower to our area on Sunday.