Clear, calm and cool first weekend of Fall
Seasonable temperatures continue into the weekend
Temperatures will drop fast this evening for high school football fans and players. We’ll go from the mid 60s at kickoff to the mid-upper 50s by the end of the game. Winds remain light and skies will be clear into the evening. The only thing we may see overnight is dew on the grass and some patchy fog.
The weather has turned much cooler for the weekend and very comfortable as the Canadian air arrived behind the strong cold front. Skies will continue to remain clear through Saturday afternoon.
If you like the fall air, you’re in luck. We anticipate very few changes as we enter the weekend. The only difference may be a few more occasional clouds along with a slight uptick in overnight temperatures.
Even then, our daytime highs will be very close to late-September averages, reaching the mid 70s. Overnight lows will slip to the upper 40s. Another cool front will move through late Saturday night bringing a few clouds and reinforcing the gorgeous weather.
EARLY NEXT WEEK
We’re going to continue to see beautiful sunshine Monday and Tuesday with a slight increase for a stray shower Wednesday. Our highs through the period will climb back into the lower 80s.
We continue to watch an active tropical map of potential storm development. Tropical Storm Sam has developed deep in the Atlantic. Sam is expected to become a major hurricane and take its time traveling over the next week. At this time, it is too soon to say where it is heading, but it is one to watch!
The latest outlook from the National Hurricane Center is below.