Good Monday, everyone. We have a cold front crossing the state today, bringing a few showers and storms and much cooler air. This is the first of two fronts to cross the state this week.
Let’s get into some good news for a change. Showers and storms today won’t deliver a ton of rain and some areas may not see much, but this is the best rain threat for the entire month. Here’s hoping our radar tracking tools bring some good rain news to your yard:
Much cooler winds are blowing and these winds are gusty as temps stay in the 70s. With clearing skies tonight, temps may drop into the upper 40s and low 50s for many areas. That sets the stage for a very nice Tuesday with readings in the mid 70s for many. Lows by Wednesday morning should be in similar range with Tuesday.
The next system is then set to impact the area later Wednesday and Thursday with our next chance for some rain:
Temps continue to run close to normal until the weekend when another surge of September sizzle moves in. This will likely last into early October and could give us near record or record highs. Though, this setup isn’t looking quite as strong as before. One of the reasons could be because the tropics continue to be on fire:
I don’t think we’ve seen the last threat to the United States.
Enjoy your Monday and take care.