The upcoming stretch of weather from today through Monday is about as easy as it gets: sun, sun, sun, sun, sun … do you get the picture? For fun we might toss in a few clouds every once in while.
The only real change that occurs is that the humidity lowers Thu and stays less humid through most of the weekend. This means dry air and lots of it. Hard to believe all these dry days, esp. after the wet summer we had. Temperatures will be warm to very warm in the afternoons with high temperatures in the low to mid 80's, and comfy in the mornings with temperatures bottoming out in the upper 50's to low 60's. Yes, the typical morning fog will be around too.
Other than that … not much going on locally until the middle portion of next week when two systems try to converge on us: Hurricane Maria and a big upper level trough. The trough is coming and will bring a big change in the pattern …returning us to right where we were in the beginning of the month: cool and much wetter. But Hurricane Maria is a question mark. I believe Maria will track west of Jose's track. This would place NC and SE New England as the most likely to be directly impacted by Maria. Right now most models keep Maria off shore, however, most had Irma east of Florida hitting SC 5 days before she hit the Florida keys. And 5 days ago, most had Jose heading out into the north Atlantic, not sitting and spinning SSE of Cape Cod, so to say Maria will be heading harmlessly out to sea is a bit presumptuous at this point. The correction in modelling has been further west for much of the summer, and the pattern has room for it to go west … not much room to go east.
Until then, simply enjoy. We will not enjoy a stretch like this until next summer …
Thursday: Sunny. Warm. Less humid.
Friday: Mostly sunny. Warm. Less humid.
Saturday: Mostly sunny. Warm.
Sunday: Mostly sunny. Very warm.
Monday: Mostly sunny. Very warm.
Tuesday: Partly sunny. Breezy. Warm.
Wednesday: Mostly cloudy. Chance for rain.
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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.