A fall blast for the start of school

Good Tuesday, and welcome to the last day of summer for many students and teachers. The first day of school for Fayette and many surrounding areas is Wednesday, and the forecast is taking on a fall look.

We have a strong cold front drifting across the state Tuesday. This front will continue to spawn scattered showers and thunderstorms that can put down heavy rain. Here’s regional radar:

The front will usher in much cooler and drier air Tuesday night and Wednesday, bringing cool air all the way into the Deep South:


That means a fantastic weather day for the start of the school year:

Special Graphic

The low temps over the next few mornings will be nothing short of early October:GFS

Record lows will be possible during this period, and a few spots might even bottom out in the upper 40s. Wow!

Scattered showers and storms will return by the weekend.

Make it a great Tuesday and take care.

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