A much cooler and drier air mass has invaded the region and we’re all celebrating, right? This is the kind of fall weather that most of us have been looking forward to for months. No big weather maker will affect our area this week and that means more sunshine is coming our way. Temperatures will gradually be warming into the low 80s as we approach the weekend. Here is the latest detailed First Alert Forecast:
Tonight: Plan on clear skies all night long. Temperatures should bottom out in the mid 40s. The annual Draconid Meteor Shower will peak just after darkness falls. You may want to go outside this evening and see if you can spot any shooting stars.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny skies are expected along with afternoon highs in the mid 70s.
Tuesday night: Skies will be mixed with stars and clouds. Lows will only be in the low 50s.
Wednesday: Mostly sunny skies will continue. High temperatures will be in the upper 70s.
Thursday – Saturday: Low 80s appear reasonable for the end of the work week and start of the weekend. There may be a few more clouds in the sky but our region is going to stay dry. Conditions for high school and college football this week look great!