Fall Pattern Continues to Deepen
Well, it was a little frosty this morning. But it warmed up decently through the increasing clouds. Some showers likely overnight and ending by 8 am at the latest. Pretty much a cloudy day on Sunday. We have a nice couple of days on Mon and Tue but then a big rainstorm for Wed and Thu. Most of the rain will be Wed as a big storm in the upper Midwest entrains the remains of Hurricane Patricia which may or may not redevelop into a tropical storm near the bend of Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast. Some areas down there will get over 12” of rain.
We will get some a good soaking rain. Probably around 1.5” on average.
I do not see any real cold shots of air coming our way any time soon.
The pattern is going to where I thought. Deeper toughs and more southern moisture. It was a week later than I thought originally, but it is coming. I also do not expect Nov to be cold. It should be mild over-all and probably wet as we get a few good rainstorms.
My Weather Points for this Week:
Sunday: 60. Mostly cloudy to partly sunny. Any showers ending very early.
Monday: 56. Mostly sunny. Quite pleasant.
Tuesday: 54. Partly sunny. Cool east flow.
Wednesday: 60. Mostly cloudy. Rain. Some heavy. Humid. Thunderstorm possible.
Thursday: 66. Partly sunny. Showers likely in afternoon. Breezy.
Friday: 55. Mostly sunny. Much cooler. Breezy.
Saturday: 59. Sunshine after frosty morning.
Sunday: 56. Mostly cloudy.
Leave a Reply.
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.