- Showers and breezy conditions thanks to what’s left of Irma
- Sunshine returns
- Warmth builds
Irma’s Remnants…What’s left of Irma will begin to impact the state today. As promised, this won’t be a big deal, locally. We’ll notice scattered to numerous showers lifting north through the day, continuing Wednesday. Greatest overall rainfall coverage across central parts of the state should occur tonight into Wednesday. We’ll also note east and northeast winds gusting over 20 MPH at times. All in all, not a big weather event in the least for our region and our thoughts and prayers remain with our neighbors to our south beginning clean up/ rebuilding efforts.
High pressure will return as we wrap up the work week and move into the weekend. Additionally, a southerly air flow will help pump unseasonably warm conditions northward to encompass the Ohio Valley and Mid West. Our next weather maker will be a cold front that will make a run at the region Monday. Early indications are this front will “wash out” as it nears the region with only a few showers/ embedded thunder expected.
Looking ahead, much more active times loom as we progress through late September and open October…
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 0.25″ – 0.50″