Good Wednesday, everyone. We continue to be in the middle of a warmer than normal setup, tying to balance out the extreme cool we had for the first half of September. This warm air will then carry us through early next week, before we flip back to cool.
Highs Wednesday are generally in the low 80s, with the threat of a shower or thunderstorm. Here are your radars to track the action:
The broken record of a forecast looks to continue for the next several days. Highs will range from 80 to 85 through the weekend. Each day will feature a mix of sun and clouds, with a slight chance of showers and storms.
Hurricanes Jose and Maria continue to threaten the East Coast, but the trend is to keep both from making landfall anywhere in the United States:
Jose continues to weaken as it loops off the northeastern coast:
The loop from Jose is likely to draw Maria on a more northward turn, which could spare the East Coast. Here’s the track from the National Hurricane Center:
For us, the pattern starts to cool again by the end of next week. The GFS Ensembles show another round of below normal temps as we flip the calendar from September to October:
The GFS Ensembles show this chilly shot as we end the month…
Have a great day and take care.