Daily Archives: September 27, 2017

Time posted: 2:16 am

Our Fall Front Arrives Tonight

Good Wednesday, folks. While things are toasty again today, we have a gorgeous fall cold front arriving on the scene tonight. This front will usher in an awesome brand of air for Thursday, with another front arriving later on Friday.

Temps ahead of today’s front are deep into the 80s as winds gust up. By evening, watch for a broken band of showers and storms to work in from the northwest…

Here’s regional radar to track the action…

Cooler winds will be blowing when you wake up on Thursday. Temps by Thursday afternoon will be glorious with 70-75 in the west and upper 60s to near 70 for the rest of the area. The NAM high temp forecast…

Friday will see most areas in the 70-75 degree range with winds gusting up. This is ahead of our next system diving in from the northwest by Friday night. Most of the shower action stays north of us, but I can’t rule out a stray shower around Kentucky…

Temps this weekend generally range from the upper 60s to low 70s for highs with lows deep into the 40s. Some of the valleys may sneak into the upper 30s by Sunday morning.

Highs early next week are generally in the 70s as a cold front makes a run at us from the northwest. The models have this front getting close, but washing out as it reaches the state…

Temps will likely make a run toward 80 again next week, but much of what happens will depend on how the tropics behave. We will need to watch the Caribbean and eastern Gulf for development over the next few weeks.

There’s a lot of up and down to this pattern as we head into October. I’m wondering what that means for our second severe weather season? Hmmm

Have a good one and take care.

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