Late Saturday PM September 10th Update – Keeping Things Quiet for the Next Few Days

Good Saturday evening, everyone. We had a bit of a loud start to the day with overnight rain and t-storms that had to push through this morning. Once our system pushed it out, it brought in quite a bit of drier air along with a little blast of fall. Highs today only made it into the middle 70s when we should be topping out in the middle 80s. You can’t beat that on a day like today! We can keep things quiet for a little bit, but it won’t be long before rain chances work back in. We’re quiet on the radar below…

 Our last front continues to head to the eastern coast while we have high pressure keeping us quiet. You can see for yourself on the surface map below…

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The surface map also has our next front sneaking into view. That system is well to the northwest of us in Canada, but that will bring rain and t-storm chances back in later this week. For the overnight, we keep things quiet. With high pressure over us, we’ll have clear skies and a light breeze. Couple those conditions with the rain we had over the past few days, we could possibly see some patchy fog by sunrise…

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Other than some possible AM fog, our Sunday stays quiet. We do start Sunday morning on a pretty chilly note. We’ll have lows in the morning start in the lower 50s, numbers we usually wait to see return until later this month or early October!

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With a light southerly breeze returning during the morning, we keep skies mostly sunny for your Sunday afternoon with highs back near 80°…

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Things stay quiet for Sunday night and going into Monday. We’ll see lows drop close to 59° Sunday night and warm back into the middle 80s for Monday afternoon as we stay quiet…

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By Tuesday, our next front will start working in and influencing our weather setup. With highs in the middle 80s on Tuesday, we’ll have a little more moisture to work with. That will result in t-storm chances returning for Tuesday afternoon…

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This front wants to continue to hang around the area for the middle of the week and heading into next weekend. That will mean t-storm chances will be around Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and as late as Saturday morning. With the way things look right now, I think our best shot for widespread rain looks to hold off until Friday and Saturday morning. That’s not the best of news for high school football or any outdoor plans Friday, but we’ll keep fine tuning the forecast as we roll along. The front will keep highs generally between the upper 70s and the middle 80s for the rest of the week.

For Doug’s latest thoughts on the pattern and how he thinks the next several months are shaping up, he has you covered over on headypattern.com

Have a good night and a great Sunday!

Nick

LONG RANGE FORECAST IS BELOW BASED OFF THE HEADY PATTERN:

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LONG RANGE FORECAST: Based off of the HP(Heady Pattern)

SLIGHT CHANCES:  MEAN IT IS A WEAKER SYSTEM THAT WILL GIVE US SCATTERED SHOWERS OR SNOW SHOWERS. 

IF I DON’T SAY SLIGHT:  THAT MEANS THIS IS A STRONGER SYSTEM

Next Week:  Warm with thunderstorms chances on Tuesday and Wednesday.  Staying warm through the rest of the week with thunderstorms chances again on Friday and Saturday.

September 18th-24th:  A warm start to the week with a mild finish.  Thunderstorms chances on Sunday, Tuesday and Wednesday.  Also another system moving in on Friday and Saturday.

September 25th-October 1st:  A mild start to the week with a warm finish. Rain chances on Sunday, Wednesday and Saturday.

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