Tracking a big blast of fall

Good Monday to one and all. We have a big blast of fall temperatures blowing across the Commonwealth. This will usher in a stretch of cool to chilly temperatures that should carry us through the next week.

Today’s front will be accompanied by a broken band of showers and thunderstorms. This shouldn’t be a lot of rain, but some locally heavy downpours will be possible. Winds will be very gusty as temperatures crash from west to east. Readings should be in the 60s this afternoon:

Temps by Tuesday morning will likely be deep into the 40s across the entire region. Afternoon temps should range from the upper 60s to lower 70s.

A huge upper level low then takes up residence across the region for the rest of the week, and through the upcoming weekend:


That setup should be accompanied by rounds of gusty showers spinning around the cutoff low:


This could make for some chilly afternoon high temps with overnight lows generally in the 40s.

Have a memorable Monday and take care.

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