- Temperatures fall through the day
- Sunshine returns this week
- Pleasant stretch of weather ahead
Jackets And Sweaters Required By This Afternoon…A cold front will continue to march east this morning and this will push a broken band of showers east through the state. Rainfall amounts won’t be significant, but will be enough to be a nuisance on the way to church or brunch this morning. This afternoon, we’ll notice an increasingly gusty breeze and falling temperatures. While it’s mild this morning, it’ll feel much cooler as we progress through the afternoon and evening hours. Jackets and sweaters will be required!
High pressure will settle overhead for the upcoming week and this will lead to an extended period of dry, pleasant weather. Temperatures will moderate from seasonably cool early-week to unseasonably mild by late-week. As expected, the late September and early October warmth (particularly warm overnight lows) really stunted our fall foliage this year. That said, the cool, calm nights ahead this week will be sufficient enough to at least ignite some of the remaining leaves on trees for what should be a couple weeks of “decent” color ahead.
Longer term, there are big goings on behind the scenes that will help drive a dramatically different weather pattern to wrap up the month of October and head into November. Heads up to the parents out there, you may want to nudge the kiddos into picking a warm costume this Halloween…
Upcoming 7-Day Precipitation Forecast:
- Snowfall: 0.00″
- Rainfall: 0.10″ – 0.25″