The forecast for Sunday and today worked out rather well. Not perfect but good. Very humid. Showers early Sunday, then cloudy with some attempts at sunshine, but not much expected. Rain with some heavy rain so far today. No thunderstorms will occur though. The only issue is that it does not seem likely that we will get a widespread 2” or rain. A 1-2” looks much better. Doesn’t matter it is a very beneficial rain.
Rain ends this morning. Chance for a shower/drizzle in the afternoon. Very humid conditions will continue, but some less humid air begins to move in tonight. A bubble of high pressure gives us a decent day for Tuesday, and Tuesday night. But an area of low pressure will move NE toward us for Wed and Thu. This low will be weakening, but it will bring widespread showers. Wed – Fri will be much cooler due to the cooler air but also the clouds and showers. Thursday could be quite chilly with temperatures mainly in the 50s for most of the day.
By Friday the wet weather should leave, and a ridge takes control for the weekend. Sunshine with temperatures returning to the 70’s once again.
We are returning to a wetter pattern, not like the summer, but a fall version. This means we will have more consistent chances for rain as the supply of cooler/colder air up north grows and battles the weakening supply of warm air. As cold fronts/low pressure systems move through they will bring steadier and more widespread showers/rains with them. The long sunny dry spells of September are now over.
Today: Embedded heavy rain ending this morning. Chance for a shower/drizzle this afternoon. Very humid.
Tuesday: Clearing. Less humid. Mild.
Wednesday: Increasing clouds. Showers likely. Much cooler.
Thursday: Mostly cloudy. Showers likely.
Friday: Partly sunny. Chance for a shower.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. Seasonal.
Sunday: Mostly sunny. Seasonal. Warm
Monday: Cloudy. Showers likely.
Pastor Terry. He received his bachelors degree in Meteorology from the State University of New York at Oneonta, in 1994. The education continued as a hobby by reading the blogs of some of the best forecasters in the business. Although forceasting the weather is an imperfect science, it is a pleasure to follow what the Creator has made.