September 14, 7:15 PM Weather Forecast Update

Very warm to hot week, then a stair-step of changes late month.

Posted: Sep 14, 2019 5:29 PM
Updated: Sep 14, 2019 7:24 PM

Lows this morning ran 50-57 with some patches of fog.

It was a great Saturday with lots of warmth, but low humidity!

Highs ran near 80 to the mid 80s.

A wave of some scattered showers/storms is possible Sunday morning.

Clearing should follow with humid conditions & highs in the 80s (high temperature may be decreased if clouds or any rain hangs on longer than expected) with south-southwest winds at 15-30 mph.

Winds will diminish & patchy fog is possible tomorrow night with lows in the 60s.

Next week & weekend will be a very warm to hot one with humid conditions at times.  Highs will run in the 80s to 90 with lows in the 60s.

Temperatures will run above normal for a large part of the U.S.

Only a couple/few isolated storms are possible Thursday-Friday.

More widespread showers & storms will pass next Sunday-Monday with stronger cold front.

An isolated severe storm or two is possible, but the main severe weather area for next weekend will be northwest & west of our area.

Our showers & storms will outrun the stronger mid & upper flow to our north, resulting in less severe risk, but we will monitor.

Pattern favors overall drier regime late September-early October.  However, a tropical system making landfall on the Gulf Coast would change that.  It is possible.

Regardless, there will tend to be a stair-step down into fall weather.

I think some nights in the 30s & 40s are likely late September to early October.

It is an overall cooler than normal trend in early October.

Warmer than normal & drier tha normal pattern is setting up around mid-October, followed by colder pattern late October, then sudden surge of warmth very late October-early November.

Overall, looks drier than normal, but end of October to early November looks wetter & stormier.

Stay tuned for changes to this outlook as new data continues to stream in.

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