Good Tuesday to one and all. We have another fall-feeling cold front pushing into the state today, bringing more showers and storms our way. The temps coming in behind this front look amazing for the next several days, with another front potentially impacting the weather this weekend.
Winds are gusty today ahead of the front as temps hit the lower 80s. Showers and thunderstorms will develop this afternoon and evening and could bring more heavy rains to the area.
Here are your tracking tools for the day:
As mentioned, the air behind this front will look and feel awesome. Temps on Wednesday will generally range from the upper 70s to low 80s in many areas with a mix of sun and clouds. Humidity levels absolutely bottom out for August and that continues through Thursday and Friday. Highs on Thursday may even be a little cooler than Wednesday.
Overnight lows will drop deep into the 50s, with upper 40s potentially showing up in the coolest valleys Thursday:
What do we do with your Labor Day Weekend? There are many variables at play as a cold front drops into the region from the north. The models are a little quicker with this by late Friday:
I think that front is now likely to check up on top of the Ohio Valley over the Labor Day Weekend. That could, at least, give us a scattered storms threat:
There’s also the chance for a wave of low pressure to develop along the boundary. One reason this front may not get very far south is coming from way in the south.
Let’s go to the tropics where Dorian continues to head into the Caribbean and may head eventually toward the Bahamas or Florida:
The stronger this system is, the more of a chance it has of, directly or indirectly, impacting our weather. This may very well cross Florida and enter the Gulf. What kind of system will we be dealing with at that time remains to be seen. Stay tuned.
Have a great day and take care.