Good Monday everyone and welcome to another week of early fall changes. We are coming off a fantastic weekend that got my fall juices flowing and those juices may really crank later this week. That’s when an even cooler air mass begins to work into much of the eastern half of the country.
We have a weak little system working across the Ohio Valley today into Tuesday and this bad boy with bring a few showers and storms to our region. We will see a mix of sun and clouds early today with a few boomers trying to develop from west to east during the late afternoon. I can’t rule out a strong storm or two… especially to our west. Here’s your regional radar to track the action:
Temps today will warm into the low and middle 80s for much of the state today. Some leftover showers and storms may carry us into the first part 0f Tuesday as our temps come down into the upper 70s and low 80s for highs.
Wednesday and Thursday look like pretty good days as our temps return to seasonal levels. This normal air won’t last very long as another big push of Canadian air engulfs our region by later Friday into the weekend. The European Model continues to handle this blast very well:
This transition to cool will include showers and thunderstorms blowing back in by Thursday night into Friday. The air with this blast looks even cooler than the one we just had over the weekend and may push our lows into the 40s. Wow!
The overall weather pattern through the rest of the month continues to look like more like early fall instead of the Dog Days of Summer.
Have a great Monday and take care.