Monday, September 29, 2014

Warm and Dry Pattern Continues

After the wettest August on record last month, this month looks like it is going to be the fifth driest September!  We have only had 0.37” of rain this month.  Tomorrow is the last day of September, and our pattern of warm days, cool nights, and overall dry weather looks as if it going to continue for another couple of days.

We will finally break that pattern on Thursday evening.  Clouds will begin to build in during the day on Thursday, as a cold front moves toward our area.  Then, as shown in the graphic below, that large cold front will move through Thursday night into Friday and bring us a chance for showers and thunderstorms.  No severe weather is expected in our area at this time, but stay up-to-date with us on Twitter as this system moves in just in case that changes.

Day 4 Fronts and Pressures

That cold front should pass through our area before Saturday.  Then, the sunshine will return for your weekend along with some cooler temperatures thanks to the air mass behind that cold front.  After all these temperatures in the 80s, we may finally see some Autumn-like weather for our first weekend in October.  We will have more details on that later this week.


Tonight:  Mostly clear, low of 55°, and calm winds.

Tomorrow:  Patchy fog in the early morning then mostly clear, afternoon high of 84°, overnight low of 55°, and light winds out of the ENE.

Wednesday:  Mostly clear, afternoon high of 85°, overnight low of 62°, and winds out of the SSE at around 5 mph.

Thursday:  Mostly cloudy, a 70% chance of evening showers and thunderstorms, afternoon high of 85°, overnight low of 64°, and winds out of the south at around 12 mph.

Forecaster: Arden Gregory

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