- Scattered afternoon storms
- Turning much drier and cooler tonight
- Refreshing into the weekend
Cold Front Inbound…We’re getting to that time of the year where cold fronts will begin to pack more and more of a punch, offering up increasingly cool to, eventually, cold air… An early fall-like front will surge south this evening. Ahead of the boundary, scattered thunderstorms will develop this afternoon into the evening- particularly from central into southern portions of the state. Storms will be moving relatively quickly this evening so flash flood concerns are limited.
Behind the front, much drier and cooler air will ooze into the region tonight and set us up for an absolutely delightful few days of weather, complete with dry skies and low humidity. Temperatures into the upper 40s wouldn’t surprise us Saturday morning for outlying communities.
Eventually the heat will return from Labor Day into most of next week. As moisture surges north, scattered storm chances will also return to our forecast by Tuesday.
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 0.50″-0.75″