After weeks of mostly sunny and dry conditions, we finally received some much needed rain. As the first day of Fall sneaks up on us, here is what you can expect:
Tonight: Drier air will sneak into our area behind the cold front that pushed through earlier. That will allow temperatures to fall into the mid to upper 50s under starry, clear skies.
Sunday: Right on cue, fall-like temperatures will move in for the start of Autumn. We will be dry and sunny, but northerly winds will make it feel delightful. High temperatures will top out around 80 degrees, and overnight lows will dip into the upper 50s again.
Looking Ahead: As a weak disturbance in the Gulf of Mexico seeks to shift northward, we could see a decent amount of moisture flow into the area. This has prompted us to bring rain chances back into the forecast slightly for Monday and even higher for Tuesday. By mid-week, we expect things to clear out for the most part, leaving only a very small chance for afternoon showers. Highs for the week will gradually increase but should not exceed the 90 degree mark. Overnight low temperatures will stay in the mid-60s.
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