A Dry Monday, Rain Coming

We start the week off on a mostly sunny note with dry conditions and highs in the upper 70s to low 80s today as the cold front that swept through Saturday night/Sunday morning is now to our southeast.  The upper ridge is expected to back build toward us Tuesday. This brings scattered showers back into the forecast Tuesday through Thursday and even chances for isolated thunderstorms during that stretch, too. Not anticipating any severe or even strong storms, but we’ll continue to monitor. During the times when there is no rain, the air will be quite soupy as a steady steam of moisture filters in from the Gulf.

Kids want to know- will it rain during trick or treating Thursday night? Right now, I’m going with a 40% chance. Hopefully, the rain will hold off long enough for you to rack up on some goodies! 🙂

Another cold front will slide through Friday ushering in drier and cooler weather for what should be a fantastic Fall weekend.

Keep smiling,

-Chief Meteorologist Miller Robson

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