Rainfall was variable in the area late yesterday & lastnight with some places seeing +1" & others <0.15".
Highs ran 74-84.
Today is nice & warm with temperatures 75-82 in this mid-afternoon, but the dew points are dropping slowly.
The week still looks dry for now with eventual Hurricane Sally passing well southeast of our area.
Highs this week will run in the 70s & 80s with lows in the 40s & 50s.
Some patchy to areas of fog are likely early Monday morning, Tuesday morning & Wednesday mornings & pale, hazy, smoky skies will be common as Far West wildfire smoke moves over the area.
Looks dry with 70s & 80s climbing to the 80s to even 90 to around September 23.
In an overall above-normal temperature pattern with below normal rainfall, there are two waves of cool air noted. One is September 28-October 1 & the other October 5-9 time frame.
The warmer, drier regime should roll on into mid-October.
We may get some patchy frost by October 15, but nothing shows a big cold snap that deviates from normal much or lasts very long at all.
October temperature anomalies overall:
October precipitation anomalies overall: