Daily Archives: September 28, 2017
Time posted: 1:53 am
Good Thursday, everyone. We have a nice run of fall weather as we end September and begin the month of October. September is following the trend of every month from sine Spring… cooler than normal with a week to 10 days of much warmer than normal. Now, we are ending things cooler than normal.
Highs today are generally upper 60s to low 70s for many areas with a mix of sun and clouds. Get used to hearing that forecast, because it will carry us through the upcoming weekend.
There is another weak front dropping in here Friday night, but most of the shower action stays just north of us. Saturday is likely the coolest day with many temps staying below 70.
Lows will be deep into the 40s, with an outside shot of upper 30s in the sheltered valleys by Sunday morning.
Temps are in the 70s early next week as we watch something trying to spin up near Florida. That may actually work westward into the Gulf, while a cold front makes a run at us. The GFS shows that front being able to pull up some juice from the Gulf…
The Canadian model shows development a similar development, but has the usual timing and spatial differences…
That’s just one of MANY possible scenarios from late next week into the following week. There could be additional development in the Caribbean and Gulf, just as colder shots of air start to dive into the country…
Make it a good one and take care