Good Morning! Big weather changes are on the way as a cold front approaches. Today, through, will be much like the last few days. Dry and warm. Mostly sunny. Clouds will increase tonight. Spotty scattered showers will pop up ahead of the approaching cold front on Friday. Behind the front, we’ll feel the first real Fall air of the season. Highs on Saturday and Sunday will only be in the lower70’s. Lows at night will fall into the 40’s. That’s a big change. There are a few model hints that we could see some tropical in the Gulf of Mexico next week. Stay tuned. Here’s my brief forecast discussion.
TODAY: Mostly sunny, dry & warm. High in the upper 80’s. Mostly Cloudy tonight. Low 68. Normal hi/lo: 85/60.
NEXT FEW DAYS: A Cold Front approaches Friday. This front could bring some spotty showers to the state. The rainfall potential is not very good. Behind THAT front, expect to coolest air of the season, by far. Breezy sunshine Saturday. Jacket weather nights are in our future. By Sunday and Monday morning we could be in the 40’s. A Big change on the way…
Cold Front approaches Friday. This front could bring some spotty showers to the state. Rain chances are not great. But not zero.
Rainfall with the front will be spotty at best. Don’t expect much. The New Drought Monitor Map comes out later this morning.
The Ten Day Model Temperature Blend looks pretty exciting. Get ready for the first Taste of Fall.
TROPICAL UPDATE: The only Tropical feature on the map right now is Tropical Storm Phillipe. Phillipe could possibly interact with the New England coast by Sunday as a tropical depression. There are a few model hints that we could see some tropical in the Gulf of Mexico next week. Stay tuned.
Both the EURO and the GFS have been strongly hinting at some Gulf of Mexico Tropical mischief next week. Stay tuned. The next available name is Sean. #alwx
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