Today is the first full day of fall and the fall weather we enjoyed on Wednesday is back today. We’re starting a bit cooler and ending up a bit warmer, but it’s still going to be a phenomenal day. Morning temperatures in the upper 40s and lower to mid-50s will warm up quickly in the upper 70s and lower 80s at lunchtime with late-day highs settling into the upper mid-80s. to relatives. The humidity will stay low again, so there is no problem with the heat indices. We will also be a bit warmer on Friday morning and Friday afternoon, but the weather on Friday remains gorgeous with morning temperatures in the mid-50s hitting the upper 80s.
A weak ridge of high pressure recedes this weekend, which should push Saturday temperatures to close to 90 ° and then above 90 ° during part of Sunday. The humidity remains low, so the heat index values should be slightly lower than the actual temperature, as the heat index is a measure of how much heat is felt in the shade. The sky remains generally sunny, but a few clouds could pass until Sunday evening. Prediction models are still divided on whether or not a higher level disturbance is moving into the area next week. Some forecast models show the low moving slowly from Tuesday to Wednesday, while others keep it just close enough to trigger some rain. Conclusion: some scattered rains are possible next week, mainly Tuesday and Wednesday, but rain is not guaranteed. With the anticipation of a few rains, highs are expected to drop from the upper 80s and 90s in the mid-80s through the middle of the week before trying to gradually warm up as the system goes into late season. week. Chances of rain may increase, but it looks like we’ll only have less than half an inch of rain until Wednesday.
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