Tonight: Mostly cloudy, mild and muggy. Chance of rain is 40%. Wind: SW 3-7 Low: 63-69

Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. 60% chance of scattered rain. Large high temperature range possible from north to south. Temperatures slowly fall from north to south in the afternoon. Turning less humid. Wind: SW->NW 6-12G19 High: 68-79

Wednesday Night: Less humid with a chance of showers. Chance of rain is 40%. Cooler. Wind: N/NE 5-10G15 Low: 42-49

Forecast Discussion:

This week will be a ‘typical’ early fall weather producer with some wild temperature swings. We’ll go from record heat Tuesday to frost later this week.

Cloudy skies and showers linger tonight. The chance of precipitation is around 40%. It remains muggy and warm with lows in the 60s.

Wednesday is still mild with showers around. There is a chance high temperatures could range from the 60s north to the upper 70s to near 80 south. The chance of rain is 60% but it will not rain all day long. Temperatures and humidity levels should slowly fall from north to south through the afternoon as a cold front sinks south of the area. Overnight lows into Thursday will be in the 40s to low 50s.

Thursday will be a gloomy fall day. Rain is expected and because of the clouds and rain highs will likely only stay in the 50s. The chance of rain is 80%. Rain could be steady at times.

Friday will start with clouds and perhaps a few sprinkles. As high pressure builds into the area, clouds are expected to slowly erode and some sun should develop accordingly. Highs will be in the 50s. Overnight, with the clear skies, patchy frost is likely Saturday morning.

Saturday is dry and sunny with highs in the 50s and by Sunday more unsettled weather returns with a 30% chance of showers. Highs Sunday will be near 61. Early next week brings some signs of rain, possibly heavy, for Monday or Tuesday. We’ll continue to track the threat of heavy rain and bring updates to you. Highs stay around 60 with lows in the 40s.


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