An Early Fall Feel In The Air

Good Thursday, folks. We have another early fall feeling air mass pressing into the bluegrass state for the rest of the week. This isn’t exactly “Pot of Chili Alert” type temps, but we will certainly take it for the first week of September.

While we are enjoying the good stuff, Hurricane Dorian continues to pound the coastline of the southeastern states. I will get to that in a bit, but let’s focus on the nice weather we are rolling with.

Highs on this Thursday are in the 70s with low humidity and a mix of sun and clouds. This will set the stage for a very cool night as lows drop into the low and middle 50s for many. Can the coolest valleys reach the upper 40s? That’s a possibility.

Pleasant temps hang around on Friday, but there’s a little change to the forecast. A weak front is dropping in from the northwest and will bring the chance for a few showers from late afternoon into Friday night…

Given this sneaky little front rolling through, Saturday continues to trend cooler as highs may not get out of the 70s again…

Another system could bring a shower or two in here by Sunday night and Monday, but temps begin to come up after this. It could get pretty toasty for a few days by the middle of next week, but the models seem to be in flux as to how to handle the second half of next week. That’s pretty typical in a transitional month like September.

Hurricane Dorian continues to parallel the coast from Georgia to North Carolina…

This storm has certainly increased in size over the past few days, but will it actually make landfall in the US? The best chance of that is across North Carolina. Here’s the latest from the National Hurricane Center…

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Take our interactive radar for a spin and track Dorian up close and personal…

Make it a great Thursday and take care.

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4 Responses to An Early Fall Feel In The Air

  1. Leeann says:

    Thank you for all you do, Chris. Any chance of a mid- to late-September forecast for all of us fall lovers?

    Blessed day to all,

  2. Which Way Is the Wind Blowing says:

    I hope it rains.
    I love the cool air.
    Saturday will be great football weather.

  3. Virgil E says:

    I noticed that the Hurricane has gone back above 110 MPH but they aren’t marking it as a M for Major Hurricane on their graphics.

  4. feederband says:

    Violent tornado minutes ago North Myrtle Beach from Dorian.

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