Daily Archives: September 2, 2017

Time posted: 1:02 am

Busy Pattern Keeps On Rolling

Good Saturday to one and all.  Harvey’s leftovers continue to impact our weather today, with gusty showers and very cool temps. The rains out there today shouldn’t add to the flooding woes across the western half of the state, but will continue to add some nasty to the air.

Showers slowly wind down from west to east today as the center of circulation weakens and moves to our east…

Highs will range from low 70s in the far west to the upper 50s in the east.

Sunday looks much better, but we need to be on guard for a sneaky shower in the north and east. Labor Day should be mainly dry with temps around 80.

Enjoy it because another fall cold front drops in here on Tuesday with widespread showers and storms that linger into Wednesday. Here’s the European Model…

The GFS is similar, but keeps a few showers into Thursday…

The air coming in behind this is super cool and hangs around through the rest of the week into next weekend. Look how far below normal the numbers are…

That’s impressive and could give us a few days in the 60s with lows deep into the 40s, potentially approaching record lows.

Hurricane Irma is a powerhouse in the Atlantic and you’re going to be hearing a lot of it in the coming week and change. Here’s the latest from the National Hurricane Center…

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Next weekend could find a major hurricane threatening the southeastern coast of the United States…

The GFS takes this into the Mid-Atlantic as a monster…

Have a great day and take care.

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