Good Wednesday, everyone. We have a an early fall cold front dropping into the region, bringing a touch of the good stuff for the next few days. All this is happening as Hurricane Dorian continues to menace the southeastern seaboard.
Let’s roll with the weather around here before we get to Dorian. Highs out there today are in the middle 80s as southwesterly winds gust up ahead of our front. There isn’t much moisture with this boundary, so only a stray shower or thunderstorm will show up.
Here are your tracking tools in case one develops near you:
The air coming in behind this front looks awesome for Friday and Saturday. Temps will generally run in the 70s for highs as humidity levels bottom out. Lows by Friday morning will be close to 50 in a few spots, with an outside chance for some upper 40s to show up:
The weekend has a slight shower chance as we get another front to settle in from the north. We may be just on the southern edge of another cool shot:
A surge of very warm temps is likely to follow that up by the middle of next week, but there is some indication of a slow moving storm system bringing another round of cool with it later in the week:
Hurricane Dorian continues to turn northward toward the Carolinas and continues to be a heck of a storm:
Here is the update information from the National Hurricane Center:
Here are the latest Hurricane Model forecasts
The GFS Ensembles
As you can see, it looks like the Carolinas will get the worst Dorian has to offer the US.
Have a great Wednesday and take care.