A cold front moved through the area this morning and brought a round of scattered showers and a few rumbles of thunder. The font pushed out the warm air of Thursday, and is ushering in cooler air behind it. In addition, winds will continue to be breezy behind the front. Winds will be sustained anywhere from 15-25mph and gusting upwards of 30mph.
Before the front moved through this morning, the approaching showers and thunderstorms could be seen off in the distance. I took this video to capture the cloud to cloud lightning off in the distance.
Fall begins tomorrow at 8:54pm, and it will definitely feel like fall with temperatures in the upper 60s to lower 70s.
The forecast for the weekend will be perfect for apple picking. Temperatures will be seasonable both Saturday and Sunday with partly sunny skies. We will keep the seasonable temperatures going into next week with our next chance of rain not coming until Monday evening and into Tuesday.