A "summery" fall day
We'll start off sunny this morning, acquiring a few clouds by the afternoon. It will be a little muggy and warm, with a high temperatures of 88 degrees today. We should all stay out of the 90s, but it will certainly feel like the lower 90s. There's only about a 20% chance of afternoon showers and thunderstorms today, so most of us should stay dry, but a brief thunderstorm is definitely possible.
Wednesday will be similar, but a little warmer, and we're looking at a better chance of thunderstorm coverage as we begin to see a little more moisture move in ahead of the upper level low that will bring us the cold front in a few days. Rain chances will steadily increase until that front comes through. This front will be a better taste of fall than the last front we felt, so this may be the one! Make plans for the weekend now! We're not expecting any severe weather with this front. Most of that will likely remain well toward the north.
This weekend, we're looking at highs in the lower 80s, and lows potentially in the middle 50's. In conclusion, we have a few warm, humid, and potentially stormy days to move through, then we will reap the benefits.
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