Good Friday everyone. We’ve finally made it to the end of the week and we have the weekend staring us straight in the face. A cold front is sweeping across the state today and will usher in cool temps over the next few days. This round of cool is a prelude to a few rounds of chill we have rolling our way over the next few weeks.
I have really been hitting this early season chilly pattern very had over the past few weeks and others are now joining the September version of the Roscoe P. Cold-train.
Our cold front doesn’t have a ton of juice with it, but should still be able to touch off a scattered shower or thunderstorm. Winds will pick up as the front races through the state today. Temps are all about location. The farther east you live, the warmer you will be with low 80s possible. Cooler temps in the 70s will be noted across the west. There is the potential for some areas to be several degrees cooler if clouds and showers are a little more dominant.
Readings by Saturday morning will be borderline chilly with upper 40s and low 50s. Skies will be partly sunny with afternoon highs in the low and middle 70s for many.
A system working our way from the southwest will throw some clouds our way Sunday and we may see a shower or two breaking out by days end. A better chance for showers and storms will roll in by Monday from this system. That’s when we start to look to the northwest and a powerhouse fall cold front. A line of showers and storms will be along and ahead of this front Tuesday as our winds really crank up. This is the first of two fronts to impact our weather next week. Here’s the European Model…
This is a pattern locking in for a few weeks and that means plenty of cold fronts diving across our region. Each of these will contain shots of chilly temps and this will up our chances for an early season frost threat.
If you’re a fan of fall… you are going to love the rest of this month.
Have a wonderful Friday and take care.