Good Sunday, folks. September continues to put a little late summer sizzle into the weather pattern across our region. We have a few more days of the toasty temps before fall flexes a little bit of muscle. Much cooler air is on the way!
In the short-term, it’s all about temps around 90 degrees today into Labor Day. There is still a slight chance for scattered storms to pop during the afternoon and evening hours.
A cold front moves our way late Tuesday into early Wednesday. Showers and thunderstorms will develop ahead of this boundary and work into our part of the world. The NAM shows the action really increasing by Wednesday morning:
That front slowly works through here as an area of low pressure develops along the front. That works right on top of the region Thursday into Friday with additional rain chances. As that low goes by to the northeast, much cooler air surges in:
That will take our temps back into the below normal range from Friday into next weekend. Highs in the low and middle 70s could be joined by lows dropping into the 40s on a few mornings.
For now, we are stuck with a few more days of hot weather and scattered storms. Speaking of the storm threat, I have you set to do some tacking:
Enjoy the day and take care.