Good Monday to one and all. We have a gorgeous stretch of weather kicking off across our part of the world. After the gloomy stuff of the past few weeks, this is long overdue. Even in the good times, I’m always looking for our next system. That comes later in the week.
Between now and Friday, temps will be on the mild side, with daily highs in the 70s. Overnight lows will drop into the low and middle 50s. Skies will stay dry, so get out and enjoy some of the early fall colors.
A cold front moves in Friday and will bring our next threat of rain. Showers will increase during the day:
Highs will come way down during this time:
Winds will be rather gusty as better weather returns late Saturday and Sunday.
The overall pattern is likely to throw a significant cold shot our way by later next week. The GFS continues to pick up on this:
The Canadian CIPS model is out with a new forecast for the winter ahead. It comes out around the first of each month, and I’ve been posting what it has shown since August. Here’s the latest month-by-month forecast of the upper levels:
Have a great Monday and take care.