Beauty of a day today, and no beast of a rainstorm coming in the near future. Just some fronts with some showers.
Since the last part of July we have been in this pattern of dry for a while then a big rain, then dry a while, then a big rain, etc. But things are slowly changing as we head deeper into the fall season. More frequent rains will now be occurring as weather systems grow stronger, as does the push of cold air from Canada. This coming week will start mild, then turn steadily colder as the week progresses. The coldest will be over the weekend. Saturday with blustery conditions and chance for light showers with sun and clouds as temperatures struggle to reach 55, then Sunday with lots of sunshine but temps only in the lower 50s! But it will warm up after that again.
My Weather Points:
Monday: 74. Mostly sunny and warm. Winds SW in afternoon.
Tuesday: 68. Mostly cloudy. Showers, maybe a storm. Some clearing by evening. Colder at night.
Wednesday: 60. Sun and clouds. Cool. Breezy.
Thursday: 62. Mostly sunny. Increasing clouds at night.
Friday: 57. Mostly cloudy. Showers early. Cooler late.
Saturday: 54. Sun and clouds. Blustery. Chance light shower. Freeze possible at night.
Sunday: 53. Mostly sunny. Frosty morning.
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.