Good Wednesday, everyone. It’s another windy and very mild day, but a cold front is ready to knock our temps down in the coming days. This is the first of several fronts likely to affect our weather over the next couple of weeks.
Highs on Wednesday will again be in the 70s with a mix of sun and clouds. Winds will be fairly gusty, and I can’t rule out a late-evening shower as the front approaches.
A broken line of showers and storms will zip across the sky late Wednesday night and early Thursday. Winds will be gusty as much cooler air settles in. Highs Thursday will be in the low and middle 60s.
Friday now has the potential to be a littler wetter as the models are ramping up rain chances. The future radar from the NAM would indicate some decent rains into Friday night:
Saturday will feature highs in the 70s, with a leftover shower or two.
Another cold front then moves in from the northwest Sunday. That should bring an increased chance of showers and thunderstorms:
Another front could affect our weather by Tuesday, but it should have a stronger system pushing it. The models are keying on this stronger system for the middle and end of next week:
That setup could give us some showers and thunderstorms, with the coldest air of the young fall season to follow.
Overall, this is a very active pattern I’m seeing over the next several weeks.
Make it a great day and take care.