Thursday, September 8, 2016
Much Cooler Weekend Ahead
The front passes early Saturday morning, which will keep a threat of showers through lunchtime. As it passes, our winds will turn northwesterly and gust upwards of 20-25 MPH. Those northwesterly winds will usher in much cooler, less humid air. They will also be responsible for keeping mostly cloudy skies in the forecast through the day. In fact, an isolated shower is possible through the afternoon as highs only reach the lower 70's.
Saturday night could feature the coolest air we've seen since May! Models are suggesting upper 40's as skies clear and winds calm, which would allow very efficient cooling to take place. Sunshine returns Sunday as high pressure builds in, but highs again only reach the lower 70's with cooler winds still in place.