Good Monday, everyone. Rounds of showers and thunderstorms are working through the region, bringing heavy rain to start the week. This action is ahead of another fall cold front slated to arrive on the scene later Tuesday. Another front then tries to follow that up over the Labor Day Weekend.
As always, we start with the precious present. Temps today are going to be held way down because of the clouds and rain. Some areas may not get out of the 60s. The showers and storms will be working across the region from the south and southwest, bringing the possibility of a lot of water for some. The greatest risk for local high water issues is across central parts of the state.
Here are your Monday tracking tools:
Tuesday is a windy ahead of our front as temps come up a bit from what we are seeing today. Showers and thunderstorms will the increase from west to east and a few could be strong. Some very cool air is pushing this front through here:
Temps for Wednesday and Thursday will be very pleasant and may not get out of the 70s across the board. Lows reach deep into the 50s by Thursday and Friday mornings.
Temps rebound some late Friday into early Saturday ahead of another cold front dropping in from the northwest:
Another shot of cool air shows up behind that into Sunday and Labor Day. I’m going to be watching to see if that front slows down on top of the region. That’s at least a possibility/
At the same time, what’s left of Dorian may be working across the Bahamas and could even reach the Gulf of Mexico. This storm should become a hurricane in the next few days, but may get shredded once it crossed the Dominican:
Have a happy Monday and take care.