Posted by Jeremy Reiner
Foliage, cider doughnuts, pumpkin beers, football, fleece jackets, crisp/cool days & nights....all things (and many more) that I love about fall. Summer 2013 was awesome but it's time to turn the page and embrace fall. Now we just need to get rid of this cra cra humidity as well as the showers & t-storms. Today, Mother Nature begins to help us out with this transition to fall as we move the threat of showers & that humidity out of here.
It will be a slow process though, so rain gear is need once again with the highest chance of the showers/t-storms today between 10am-4pm and like the past few days these showers/t-storms will be scattered. After 4pm, skies will begin to clear out (slowly). Our temps & humidity will still behave like summer with many towns in the upper 70s and mid summer humidity. Skies will clear out tonight as humidity wanes.
The remainder of the week is rain-free (bout time) as high pressure nestles in for a nap. The only issue will be a second cold front that drops out of Canada early thursday morning (another sign of fall---increased frequency/strength of cool fronts). This front will produce clouds and perhaps some sprinkles but nothing like we just dealt with. The second front will also add a real feel of fall to the air by Thursday afternoon/evening. Most cities & towns will see temps dip into the 40s by Friday morning. Bring it,