Good Monday everyone. We’re coming off the first weekend in October with temps that felt more like November. This chillier than normal pattern is going to continue this week as we track a couple more cold fronts toward the region.
Our day will start out with clouds and some light showers across parts of the state. Areas across the south and east will be the prime locations to see a few drops. While some afternoon sun is possible, temps won’t respond very much at all. Afternoon highs will range from the mid to upper 60s. Let’s track today’s weather:
Overnight temps are likely to be the coldest of the young season. Lows will hit the lower 30s across much of the state.
Tuesday looks like a very nice day as our temps warm back into the middle 60s. Skies should be partly sunny with a few late day clouds arriving. These clouds are ahead of a cold front dropping into the region by Wednesday.
There isn’t much juice with that front and it will only produce an isolated shower or storm. Winds will pick up and temps will be cooler with upper 50s for highs.
Thursday will find us between systems as the next one approached on Friday. That front will put the brakes on across the state during the afternoon. Scattered showers and storms will be possible. The boundary will then lift northward as a warm front on Saturday. A developing storm system across the plains states will then roll our way by the weekend. The European Model has a good view of this:
That looks like an active severe weather maker across the plains states and we will need to keep an eye on it to see if it can do the same into the Ohio Valley.
Have a great Monday and take care.