A front to our west will bring a round of isolated to scattered storms this afternoon; the primary timing will be from about 2 pm-8 pm. Overall the severe threat is low, but some lightning, gusty wind, and heavy downpours will be possible Highs today will reach the lower 80’s, but cooler, drier air will filter in tonight as winds shift to a northerly direction. Overnight lows will fall to the mid 50’s.
A cool, fall day is on tap for Saturday. It looks like clouds will stick around for much of the day, but we will remain dry. Highs will be in the lower 60’s with lows in the mid 50’s. We warm back into the 70’s Sunday with a mix of sun and clouds.
By Monday, highs will once again climb back into the 80’s, though this will be short-lived.
A front will move though Monday night bringing highs back into the upper 60’s and lower 70’s for Tuesday. Rain chances will stick around for most of next week, with each day having about a 30-40% chance of getting wet. Highs through Thursday will be in the 70’s with lows in the 50’s.
A stronger cold front looks to move through toward the end of next week around late Wednesday into Thursday; this system will also bring us higher chances for rain, and cooler, drier air will filter in behind the front for Friday into next weekend.
As always, we will keep you posted with the latest here in the E-T Weather Center…God bless
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